Huddersfield Town top scorer Nahki Wells is one of the 10 most lethal goalscorers in the Championship.
The Bermuda international has notched one league goal for every 195 minutes he has played in 2015-16.
The club-record £1.3m signing from Bradford City has 13 goals in all, 12 of them in the league.
He netted for the third time in four games to seal Saturday’s 1-0 home win over Wolves.
It was his 34th goal since moving from Valley Parade in January 2014 and put him onto Town’s all-time top 50 scorers list.
Wells has the 10th best record of anyone to have played at least 900 minutes in the second tier this season.
Statistics produced by the Trinity Mirror data unit show that top of the pile is Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Hooper.
The former Celtic and Norwich City forward has scored an average of one goal for every 111 minutes he has played.
Former QPR striker Charlie Austin has the next best record having averaged a league goal once every 114 minutes before leaving for Southampton in January.
Hull City’s Abel Hernandez has scored 16 goals at a rate of one every 122 minutes.
Andre Gray has averaged a goal every 131 minutes for Brentford and Burnley, whom he joined during the August transfer window.
He chalked up both Clarets goals in the 2-1 win over Town at Turf Moor in October.
And Bobby Zamora has averaged one every 133 minutes for Brighton and Hove Albion.
His seven-goal haul includes one in the 2-1 win over Town at the Amex Stadium in January.
Top 10 (mins per goal, mins on pitch, goals
Gary Hooper 111, 1,108, 10
Charlie Austin 114, 1,140,10
Abel Hernandez 122, 1,952, 16
Andre Gray 131, 2,363, 18
Bobby Zamora 133, 933, 7
Brett Pitman 164, 1,474, 9
Ross McCormack 174, 2,782, 16
Fernando Forestieri 175, 2,101, 12
Nick Blackman 187. 2,057, 11
Nahki Wells 195, 2,335, 12