Rotherham’s success this season is in part down to their ability to score goals.
Their tally of 72 from 45 League One games is only bettered by automatic promotion winners Wigan and Blackburn.
But who has created most of those goals?
Well and truly under the radar as one of Paul Warne’s best signing, Ryan Williams has been the best assist-maker.
The Australian has created eight goals in 41 appearances at a ratio of one every 339 minutes of action.
He is one clear of Anthony Forde, who topped the charts last season.
Anthony Forde is leading the way in the goal-making charts, with eight. Forde has spent slightly less time on the pitch and has made a goal on average every 341 minutes.
Joe Newell is third on the list, having directly made six goals, and he has done so every 452 minutes.
And a special mention to striker Jamie Proctor, who suffered a season-ending injury in August.
Before that cruciate ligament injury, though, Proctor was proving influential, having made three goals in just 322 minutes of action.
Williams is well behind divisional leader Marcus Maddison. The Peterborough attacker, who is expected to be sold in the summer, and will attract a hefty fee after making 14 goals this season – eight of them for Jack Marriott.
Plymouth’s Graham Carey has 12 assists, with Shrewsbury’s Shaun Whalley posting 11.