If Raheem Sterling isn’t in your Dream Team by now you need to take a long hard look at yourself.
The Man City midfielder has starred in both the Premier League and the Champions League this season and last night extended his lead at the top of the scoring charts to 41 points.
An effortless hat-trick against Atalanta helped him to pick up 32 points alone last night – the biggest single tally of the season so far.
At £7.3m Sterling is the third-most expensive player on Dream Team but is proving to be well worth the investment.
Sergio Aguero and Mo Salah both cost more than the Englishman and trail him by 48 and 58 points respectively.
You might as well wave goodbye to your chances of winning your mini league if you don’t already have Sterling in your midfield.
The midfielder shows no sign of slowing down and can look forward to a run of favourable fixtures including Aston Villa and back-to-back clashes with Southampton.
Sterling seems to be the sole exception to Pep Guardiola’s eyebrow-raising rotation policy that throws a spanner in the plans of Dream Team gaffers every weekend.
Guaranteed minutes and guaranteed goals, what more could you want?