Sam Higgins really is doing his best to dispel the myth of second season syndrome for East Thurrock United and for himself.
His double against Welling United at the Weekend sent him joint top - but on Tuesday another contender put his hand up.
Suffering no ill effects of Oxford City’s late FA Cup heartache at Notts County, Matt Paterson’s deadly hat-trick downed Truro City in midweek.
Sadly it won’t seem that Dayle Grubb will be around to win it.
Our congratulations go to the Weston-super-Mare striker whose goals have clearly not gone unnoticed.
He has agreed a deal to sign for League Two side Forest Green Rovers once the January transfer window opens.
We’re sure the goals will continue to flow in the EFL for one of Non-League’s most feared marksmen!
National League South top scorers:
Sam Higgins (East Thurrock) 14 goals
Dayle Grubb (Weston-S-Mare) 14goals
Matt Paterson (Oxford City) 13 goals
Jason Prior (Havant & W) 13 goals
Phil Roberts (Braintree Town) 12 goals
Alfie Pavey (Dartford) 11 goals
Warren Bentley (Poole Town) 10 goals
David Pratt (Chippenham) 10 goals
Cody Cooke (Truro City) 9 goals
Elliot Bradbrook (Dartford) 9 goals
Joe Healy (Welling United) 9 goals
Abobaker Eisa (Wealdstone) 8 goals
Max Kretzschmar (Hampton) 8 goals
Jamie Taylor (Eastbourne B) 7 goals
Gethyn Hill (Weston-s-Mare) 7 goals
William Richards (Chippenham) 7 goals
Noah Keates (Truro City) 7 goal
Chris Dickson (Chelmsford City) 7 goals
Steve Cawley (Concord R) 7 goals
Sam Merson (St Albans City) 6 goals
Rhys Murrell-Williamson (St Albans) 6 goals
Joe Parker (Gloucester City) 6 goals
Jordan Parkes (Hemel H) 6 goals