Who is the LEAST prolific forward in the Premier League, including players from Everton, Tottenham and Chelsea, but any from Leeds United - gallery

Every club in the land is searching for prolific forward – but who is the LEAST most effective in the Premier League?

Who contributes to the least amount of goals for their team?

New research has revealed the least prolific Premier League forwards this season.

The study by comparison site JohnSlots analyzed the statistics of players who have played more than 500 minutes in the Premier League this season to see who had the lowest ‘minutes per goal contribution’ so far.

It found that Everton striker Neal Maupay is the worst forward in the league this season.

Having played 880 minutes of league football at the time of the study, the French forward has amassed just one goal, giving him the highest minutes per goal contribution on the list.

Here is the top 10 via JohnSlots

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