Norwich City's Nathan Redmond is the Championship's top dribbler so far this season.
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Redmond is often source of frustration at Carrow Road, due to his inconsistencies, but he is proving to be a threat in the second-tier.
The former Birmingham City man still has plenty of time to develop, but he has been guilty of lacking an end product in attacking situations previously in his career.
At the top-level, where he was playing last season, this trait often proved costly, but in the Championship he is a match-winner.
Redmond's persistent running at defences is causing problems and he has been a major reason behind their success so far.
The England youth international is ahead of some high-profile Football League players in the dribbling stats at the moment and Neil Adam's will be hoping he can keep his form up as the Canaries aim to win promotion back to the top-tier at their first attempt.
If they are to do this then Redmond's attacking skill is likely to be vital to any success they may get.
Also on the list of the Championship's top dribblers are Brighton and Hove Albion's Kazenga LuaLua, Wolverhampton Wanderers' Bakary Sako and Nottingham Forest's Michail Antonio.