West Ham have been the most clinical finishers in the Premier League this season.

The Hammers have had 138 shots on goal in the league according to figures taken from Opta.

That's only the ninth highest number of shots in the division but they've scored a higher percentage of those shots than any other side - 16%.

So take a bow West Ham's top scorers – Dimitri Payet (5), Cheikhou Kouyate (3), Diafra Sakho (3) and Mauro Zarate (3). You've lived on (relative) scraps and turned them into feasts.

Manchester United have been the Premier League's second most clinical team in front of goal this season.

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Louis van Gaal's side have had just 105 shots on goal this season, fewer than all but four other teams - Sunderland (94), West Brom (95), Newcastle (99) and Stoke (101). However, they've still managed to score 15 goals, a conversion rate of 14%.

Leicester and Manchester City have the league's joint third best conversion rates (13%) followed by Newcastle and Sunderland (both 12%).

Liverpool and Watford – West Ham's opponents on Saturday (October 31) have the league's worst shot conversion rates. Both sides have managed to turn just 6% of their shots into goals.

Aston Villa and West Brom have the next worst conversion ratios (8%) followed by Arsenal, Stoke and Swansea (all 9%).

Most clinical strikers in the Premier League

Team | Shots | Goals | Conv rate

West Ham United | 138 | 22 | 16

Manchester United | 105 | 15 | 14

Leicester City | 151 | 20 | 13

Manchester City | 187 | 24 | 13

Newcastle United | 99 | 12 | 12

Sunderland | 94 | 11 | 12

Bournemouth | 106 | 12 | 11

Everton | 117 | 13 | 11

Southampton | 150 | 16 | 11

Chelsea | 143 | 15 | 10

Tottenham Hotspur | 158 | 16 | 10

Crystal Palace | 125 | 12 | 10

Norwich City | 147 | 14 | 10

Swansea City | 131 | 12 | 9

Arsenal | 197 | 18 | 9

Stoke City | 101 | 9 | 9

West Bromwich Albion | 95 | 8 | 8

Aston Villa | 110 | 9 | 8

Watford | 124 | 8 | 6

Liverpool | 146 | 9 | 6

Happy Hammers, from left, Enner Valencia, Manuel Lanzini, Dimitri Payet, Cheikhou Kouyate and Pdero Obiang play up for the cameras ahead of training at Chadwell Heath on October 29, 2015