Murray Wallace has been Huddersfield Town's most influential player this season, statistics suggest.
The Trinity Mirror Data Unit has found that the Scottish defender has won 42 per cent of the 12 Championship games he has played in so far this season.
The Terriers' win ratio currently stands at 31%, giving Wallace the largest difference between his ratio and the club's of any player to have played in 10 or more league games this season.
After Wallace comes Jonathan Hogg whose win ratio stands at 40% from his 15 outings.
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That's followed by Jack Robinson (37% from 19), and Tommy Smith (36% from 22).
At the other end of the scale, Lee Peltier has the worst difference between his win ratio and the club's.
The former Leeds defender has won just 18% of the 11 league games in which he has played.
Nahki Wells' win ratio is just 26%, Paul Dixon's is 27% and Joel Lynch's currently stands at 29%.