2012-13 Premier League top scorers
Robin Van Persie
The 30-year-old striker netted the most goals in the Premier League, 26, as the Red Devils took the golden boot in Van Persie's first year with the club.
The Uruguayan striker scored 23 goals for Liverpool in the 2013-13 campaign. The 26-year-old was in line to win the golden boot but missed the last four games of the Premier League season due to suspension.
The "Premier League player of the Year" put 21 balls in the back of the net last season for Spurs.
The 22-year-old Belgian striker had 19 goals during the campaign and signed a contract extension to stay with Villa.
The 27-year-old Spaniard took the Premier League by storm, claiming 18 goals in his first campaign with Swansea City.
The 20-year-old spent the year on loan for West Brom and scored 17 goals. This season, however, he will play striker for Chelsea.
The striker scored 15 goals in the 2012-13 season. 13 of those goals came in a Newcastle jersey, while 2 of them came in a Chelsea jersey after Ba's departure from St. James Park in January.
The 32-year-old had an excellent first campaign for Fulham, netting 15 goals for his new club after transferring from Manchester United in the summer.
The 31-year-old scoring 15 goals for the Saints in their first Premier League campaign after earning a double promotion to the PL. Lambert also received his first England call up in the summer.
At the age of 35, Frank Lampard still led the Blues in scoring with his 15 Premier League goals. The English midfielder also took over as the all-time goal leader for Chelsea.
The 27-year old led Manchester City with 14 Premier League goals.
The speedy winger netted 14 goals for Arsenal.
The Argentine had 12 goals for Manchester City, but none were more famous than the 2011-12 goal that earned the PL title a season earlier.
In the Spaniard's first season with Arsenal, he netted 12 goals for the Gunners.
Adam Le Fondre
Despite his team being relegated, the striker earned 12 goals on the season for Reading.
The Englishman took a backseat to Robin Van Persie during the campaign, but was still able to score 12 goals.