We look at which newly-promoted players can shine in Sky Sports Fantasy Football this season.
Who will be the next Grant Holt from the Premier League's new boys?
Top pick: Rickie Lambert
Set-piece taker: Rickie Lambert
Goals conceded last season: 46 (18 clean sheets)
Rickie Lambert (£6.8m) is the obvious pick for Fantasy bosses desperate to discover the new Grant Holt after topping the Championship scoring charts last season.
The 30-year-old not only netted 27 times last time but was also responsible for 13 assists, just one less than the league's highest contributor.
With Lambert netting nine times from the spot, his strike partner Billy Sharpe (£5.8m) was just as prolific from open play, scoring 19 times including one penalty.
Sharpe may struggle to retain his starting berth however, with fellow frontman Jay Rodriguez (£5.5m), who netted 15 times for Burnley last season, added to the ranks.
Adam Lallana (£4.9m) starred for the Saints in the middle of the park last season, scoring 11 times during the campaign, while Guly Do Prado (£4.7m) found the net 10 times.
At the back, Danny Fox (£3.7m) looks a shrewd pick having contributed 10 assists from left-back in a defence which kept an impressive 18 clean sheets.
Top pick: Alex Pearce
Set-piece taker: Ian Harte
Goals conceded last season: 41 (20 clean sheets)
While the collective effort from Reading's all-contributing squad was impressive last season, it also makes it difficult to pick out key players.
Adam Le Fondre (£6.5m) was their top scorer with just 12 goals, hardly the sort of tally likely to tempt Fantasy bosses scrambling for his services, while midfielder Jimmy Kebe (£4.6m) contributed the most assists with 10 but netted just three times.
Pavel Pogrebnyak (£7.2m) has joined the ranks over the summer after impressing during his loan spell at Fulham, scoring six times in his 12 appearances, although form teetered off towards the end of the season.
However, the Royals backline is definitely worth a look at after keeping a league-high 20 clean sheets en route to their title triumph.
Australia goalkeeper Adam Federici (£4m) is one of the cheapest in the game and even has a goal in him, having netted against Cardiff in 2009, while centre-back Alex Pearce (£4.2m) netted five times last term and Ian Harte bagged four.
Top pick: Kevin Nolan
Set-piece taker: Mark Noble
Goals conceded last season: 48 (17 clean sheets)
The Hammers' return to the top flight reunites Fantasy bosses with a perennial favourite Kevin Nolan (£4.9m).
The attacking midfielder hit double figures for a third successive season last term with 13 goals.
Mark Noble (£4.7m) was also pretty prolific from the middle of that park last season with eight goals to his name, although all but one were from the spot.
While Carlon Cole (£6.7m) was West Ham's top scorer with 14 goals last season, Ricardo Vaz Te (£6.2m) was the league's second highest with his contributions for Barnsley and then the Hammers seeing him rack up 20 in total.
At the other end of the pitch, Sam Allardyce's men were the least stringent of those to get promoted, conceding over a goal a game.
The Hammers boss has added veteran stopper Jussi Jaaskelainen (£3.8m) to his ranks after releasing Robert Green, while James Tomkins (£4.1m) is their highest valued defender having scored four times last term.
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