6. Jamie Vardy – 97 goals in 195 games
|2014 to 2019||Leicester City||195||97|
Despite spending the majority of his pro career in the lower divisions, Jamie Vardy instantly became a star in England’s top-flight.
The English striker famously provided 24 goals and eight assists in 2015/16 to help Leicester unexpectedly win the Premier League title. He’s been firing away the goals constantly ever since.
5. Robin van Persie – 98 goals in 154 games
|2010 to 2015||Arsenal, Manchester United||154||98|
The Dutch maestro began the 2010s decade in impressive fashion by scoring countless goals for Arsenal. After winning the Golden Boot in 2011/12, he controversially joined Manchester United.
Van Persie quickly settled into his new surroundings, though. He retained his Golden Boot the following season and won a first and only Premier League title in his career.
The striker left Old Trafford in 2015 for Fenerbahce before retiring in 2019 at boyhood club Feyenoord.