51: Caitlin Foord
Few players have enjoyed a more fruitful start to a domestic season than Caitlin Foord. The forward had a frustrating start to 2020 as the FA WSL season was curtailed shortly after she joined Arsenal, but she showed her quality on the international stage with a hat-trick for Australia in a qualifier for the Tokyo Olympics. Foord has had to wait some time to finally make the impact her talent deserved for the Gunners, and has wasted no time in making up for lost opportunities. Foord already has four goals and five assists, meaning she’s contributed to nine Arsenal goals already this season despite having played just seven games and only starting five. Her movement and technical ability has allowed to enjoy a superb link-up with Arsenal’s other attacking players so far this season.