Filling your fantasy football strikeforce with players like Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa is tempting, and very expensive.
Giving into the temptation often leaves you rummaging through the bargain boxes that are the newly promoted teams, looking for that cheap star that your mates might not have heard about.
But anyone who's not been watching the Football League Show might be at a loss as to which players were the Championship's answer to Andrea Pirlo and which were its answer to Ali Dia.
Perhaps the jewel in Bournemouth's crown is midfielder Matt Ritchie.
The Scottish international scored 15 goals and made 17 assists in his 46 Championship appearances last season. That amounts to 0.3 goals per game, and an assist every 2.7 matches.
The Cherries' other two main point scoring midfielders were Marc Pugh and Harry Arter.
Arter scored nine goals and set up a further three over the course of 43 games, while Pugh also scored nine but set up six over 42 games.
Striker Callum Wilson was Bournemouth's top scorer last season with 20 goals in 45 league appearances, a ratio of 0.4 per game. He also set up another seven for his teammates, an average of one every 6.4 games.
His striker partner though, Yann Kermorgant, scored 15 goals but in fewer games (38) than Wilson and therefore has the same average (0.4 per game). Kermorgant set up 10 goals, or one every 3.8 games.
Simon Francis produced more assists than any of his fellow Bournemouth defenders (six), though Charlie Daniels and Tyrone Mings (for Ipswich) managed to get four apiece, with all three doing so in 42 games. Francis therefore created a goal for a teammate once every seven matches.
Steve Cook was the Cherries defender with the goals, having managed five in his 46 games last season.
Cameron Jerome was the Canaries' big goal scorer last season.
The former Birmingham City striker had 20 league goals to his name in 2014-15 at a ratio of 0.5 per game and also made seven assists. Norwich's other strikers, Gary Hooper and Lewis Grabban, managed 12 goals each last time round, though Hooper scored his over 32 games to Grabban's 36, with Hooper also managing six assists to Grabban's three.
Ricky van Wolfswinkel is also set to come back from his loan spell at St Etienne where he scored nine goals in 35 games.
Those looking for a goalscoring midfielder might want to consider Bradley Johnson. The former Leeds player scored 15 in 44 league games last season and assisted two.
However, Nathan Redmond was the Canaries' main assister having set up 13 goals (one every 3.5 games) as well as scoring six during his 46 league games.
Another former Leeds player, Jonny Howson, also did well last season and scored nine as well as setting up six in his 37 appearances (0.3 goals per game and an assist every 22 matches), while Wes Hoolahan set up 10 and scored five in his 39 games which works out at an assist every 3.5 matches.
Steven Whittaker was Norwich's assisting defender, with the right-back setting up eight goals for his teammates at a rate of one every five games.
At an average of 0.6 goals per game last season, Watford's Odion Ighalo had the best goalscoring record of any of the forwards to have been promoted.
It's a ratio that puts him slightly ahead of Troy Deeney who scored an average of 0.5 per game.
However, Deeney provided more assists than Ighalo (nine as opposed to three) at a ratio of one every 4.7 games.
Matej Vydra, another of the Hornets' forwards, is no slouch either.
He managed to score 16 in the league last season at a ratio of 0.4 per game, while also assisting five goals, an average of one every 8.4 games.
Almen Abdi was Watford's goalscoring midfielder last season with nine in 32 appearances, though he only assisted two.
He managed just two assists though, with Ikechi Anya grabbing the most from midfield, seven in total, one every five games.
In the back four Gabriele Angella and Juan Carlos Paredes are the team's big assisting defenders, with the pair managing to get four assists each.