The Vanarama National League scoring charts has been as competitive as the division itself so it’s time to check in with the top scorers again.
Remember, FA Trophy and FA Cup goals don’t count - it’s just the National League net-busters that count in this tally.
Just one goal separates the top two with AFC Fylde’s Danny Rowe and Leyton Orient striker Macauley Bonne slogging it out.
But will we see a striker come from nowhere to win it? Wrexham forward Chris Holroyd and Andy Cook, of Tranmere Rovers, are in fine form.
The January transfer window has seen two of the contenders leave the league with Oladapo Afolayan of Solihull Moors moving to West Ham and fellow 11-goal man Joe Pigott signing for AFC Wimbledon.
Who will take the title as the top marksman? All will become clearer in the next few months
National League top scorers:
Danny Rowe (AFC Fylde) 16 goals
Macauley Bonne (Leyton Orient) 15 goals
Chris Holroyd (Wrexham) 13 goals
Andy Cook (Tranmere) 13 goals
Louis Dennis (Bromley Rovers) 13 goals
Bruno Andrade (Boreham Wood) 13 goals
James Norwood (Tranmere Rovers) 13 goals
Ryan Bird (Dover Athletic) 12 goals
Scott Wilson (Macclesfield) 11 goals
Oladapo Afolayan (Solihull Moors now West Ham) 11 goals
Danny Kedwell (Ebbsfleet United) 11 goals
Joe Pigott (Maidstone now Wimbledon) 11 goals
Josh Rees (Bromley) 11 goals
Tommy Wright (Sutton United) 10 goals
Tom Denton (FC Halifax) 10 goals
Shamir Fenelon (Aldershot) 10 goals
Jack Powell (Ebbsfleet United) 9 goals
Michael Cheek (Dagenham) 9 goals
Ben Williamson (Eastleigh) 9 goals
Angelo Balanta (Boreham Wood) 8 goals
Byron Harrison (Barrow) 8 goals
Jack Muldoon (AFC Fylde) 8 goals
Corey Whitely (Dagenham) 8 goals
Michael Woods (Hartlepool United) 8 goals
Morgan Ferrier (Dagenham) 8 goals