Jose Mourinho's side have scored almost 14 per cent of the 247 shots (34) that they've had on goal in the Premier League, according to Opta.
That's followed by Manchester United with 13 per cent - 26 goals out of 201 shots.
Swansea have been the third most deadly side in front of goal (12.5 per cent) followed by West Ham (12.3 per cent) and Everton (12.2 per cent).
At the other end of the table, QPR find themselves in the relegation zone when it comes to taking their chances.
Harry Redknapp's team have converted 16 of the 208 shots they have this season (7.7 per cent) with just Aston Villa and Burnley being less clinical.
Liverpool have had more shots than either Manchester United, West Ham or Everton (216), but have managed to turn just 8.8 per cent of them (19) into goals.
Manchester City have had the most shots in the league (270), scoring 11.9 per cent of them (32), giving them the second highest goal tally in the league.
Arsenal have had the second highest number of shots behind Man City (258) but have scored only 9.3 per cent of them.