Find yourself a man who can do both.
Because there are a number of Premier League players currently inching towards double figures in both the goals AND assist categories this season.
Thierry Henry remains the only person in top-flight history to smash 20 in both categories – which is pretty bonkers come to think of it.
Luis Suarez came close in 2013/14, while Riyad Mahrez was the only player in the entire Premier League to reach double figures last season.
So which stars are closing in on the feat this campaign and, more importantly, are they in your Dream Team with just three or four games remaining?
1 Alexis Sanchez – 19 goals/9 assists
Sanchez’s form has tailed off massively in recent months as Arsenal’s season unravelled, but the Chilean was electric beforehand.
He’s been by far and away the Gunners’ most creative outlet too, particularly with Mesut Ozil recording a paltry six assists by his standards.
2 Gylfi Sigurdsson – 9 goals/12 assists
Sigurdsson’s beautiful trademark free kick that clinched a point at Old Trafford on Sunday cemented his undeniable importance to Swansea in their survival bid.
The classy Icelandic midfielder has now been involved in an incredible 53% of the Swans’ Premier League goals this season, only bettered by Jermain Defoe who, let’s face it, has done pretty much everything for Sunderland.
3 Christian Eriksen – 8 goals/12 assists
If the PFA Player of the Year went to the best player in 2017 alone, Eriksen might be prime candidate.
The Dane has been exceptional in recent months, maintaining Tottenham’s late title challenge with regular additions to both the goals and assists categories.
The way he picked out Dele Alli in the FA Cup semi-final last month may prove to be the pass of the season.
4 Pedro – 8 goals/8 assists
Pedro has been a man reborn under Antonio Conte and his goal against Everton on Sunday was right out of the top draw.
His consistency has kept Chelsea’s Player of the Year last season Willian out of the team this term, combining both efficiency in front of goal and unrelenting running.
5 Adam Lallana – 7 goals/7 assists
If it weren’t for Lallana’s injury he picked up on England duty last month he’d almost certainly have a be on the brink.
The Liverpool midfielder was Jurgen Klopp’s go-to man for a long time around Christmas, but his form fell away as Liverpool’s title bid evaporated.
But with a strong finish to the season and a return to full-fitness, Lallana could make a late surge.