Such is the nature of the Premier League, some aspects are bound to go unnoticed.
For example, did you know that Son Heung-min (£5.5m) and Harry Kane (£7.7m) are the only top-flight players to have scored more goals than Jack Harrison (£2.9m) in 2022?
The Leeds winger is one of several Elland Road residents whose performances simply weren’t up to scratch for the first five months of the season but his upturn has been a significant one.
The 25-year-old’s first league goal of the campaign came on January 2nd at home to Burnley and he followed that up with a hat-trick away to West Ham in what remains arguably Leeds’ most impressive win of 2021/22.
Like most his team-mates, Harrison suffered during the period of heavy defeats that ultimately spelled the end for Marcelo Bielsa but he’s rediscovered his confidence under Jesse Marsch.
Let’s not forget, he registered 16 goal involvements in the Premier League in 2020/21 – more than Raphinha (£3.7m).
His firm strike at Vicarage Road to seal Leeds’ 3-0 win over Watford on Saturday was his third goal in as many games – a run that has produced 29 Dream Team points.
In fact, the Whites’ No22 is averaging an impressive 5.6 points-per-game in 2022.
Given his ownership is currently 0.6%, it’s fair to say Dream Team gaffers haven’t noticed Harrison’s worth as an affordable midfield gem.
And in all honesty, it may be too late to jump aboard the hype train now.
Leeds have just six fixtures left to fulfil this season and three of those come against Man City, Arsenal and Chelsea – three teams currently within the top five.
Plus, Dream Team bosses who do wish to back a Leeds asset would probably be best serviced with the aforementioned Raphinha, who scored his tenth league goals of the season at the weekend.
The Brazilian No10 has 109 points to his name to Harrison’s 90 and from fewer fixtures too.
Still, credit where it’s due, by sheer definition Harrison has been one of the league’s best performers since the turn of the year and his efforts have helped his side reach the stage where preserving their Premier League seems much more likely than it did a few weeks back.