Neal Maupay has re-emerged as the Premier League's pantomime villain and we've priced up the Brentford striker at 11/10 to score 10 or more league goals this season.
Maupay has hit the headlines in recent weeks for a series of controversial incidents and yet behind all of the theatrics, the Frenchman is enjoying an impressive run of form, scoring in three consecutive matches to take his tally to five for the season.
It's a hot streak for a striker who returned to Brentford in September following a barren spell with Everton, where he returned a solitary goal in 27 Premier League appearances for the Toffees.
Before that, Maupay had spent three years on the Sussex coast with Brighton, where he reached double figures in just one Premier League season.
Maupay's Premier League profligacy is well-documented but he did enjoy a prolific spell in his first stint with Brentford; he scored 25 goals in the Championship during Thomas Frank's first season with the club and the Dane appears to get the most out of the forward.
As Brentford look to navigate away from relegation trouble, we've priced up Maupay at 11/10 to equal his best Premier League goal tally this season, while punters can get odds of 12/1 for him to score 15 goals or more.
Joining the Bees on a season-long loan deal at the end of the summer transfer window, Maupay opened his account for the campaign in November against West Ham and scored again in a home win over Luton in December.
His first-team minutes increased following Bryan Mbeumo's injury in December and Maupay was responsible for leading the line in both FA Cup ties against Wolves with Yoane Wissa departing for AFCON.
Maupay's scoring streak has coincided with Ivan Toney's return to action, with the pair forging a fruitful partnership in attack.
The 27-year-old struck a delightful winner in Brentford's 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest before adding to his account in the Bees' next fixture against Tottenham.
His goal in that game may have been scrappy but Maupay's celebration was bold. Veering towards the opposition supporters, Maupay decided to troll James Maddison by mimicking his dart-throwing celebration and the Tottenham playmaker wasn't impressed.
Maddison had the last laugh as Tottenham came from behind to win the match 3-2 but the Maupay villainy was far from finished.
Manchester City were up next and were it not for the fabulous performance of Phil Foden, Maupay may have stole all of the headlines.
Capitalising on Toney's ingenuity, Maupay raced in behind the Man City defence before producing a composed finish beyond Ederson, though the striker's evening was marred by an altercation with Kyle Walker.
With a clash against Liverpool and the reverse fixture against Man City to come in February, future editions of Maupay's antics feel inevitable.