Spurs striker Harry Kane leads Premier League assists table this season – but who is top of the all-time supply chain?

Whether scoring goals or supplying them for teammates, the England captain is enjoying a stunning all-round campaign so far

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Not content with having seven goals already safely in the locker, Tottenham striker Harry Kane is proving himself to be king of the assists in the Premier League this season.

The England captain, joint second top scorer in the league so far and having just reached the 150 goal marker for his club, has an impressive eight assists from eight games – three ahead of his nearest rival, Jack Grealish at Aston Villa.

Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne was top of the supply chain last season, setting up 20 goals for his teammates, and the Belgian has made three assists from six games this time round.

De Bruyne was a comfortable winner last campaign, finishing seven assists clear of Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold and eight ahead of the Englishman's teammate on the other flank at Anfield, Andrew Robertson.

Hakim Ziyech could be a challenger for the crown this time if he continues his current form for Chelsea, where the Moroccan has set-up three goals from just four games.

In the picture gallery above, we take a look at who has made the most assists this season and the Premier League's all-time top goal-suppliers. To view the next image, click on the arrows or just swipe.