Antonio's rivals in the second tier have had four matches to catch him, since he moved to the Hammers, but none have been able to even get close to the total he set over the first four games of the campaign.
Antonio made 19 successful dribbles in his first four appearances this term, as he ripped apart defences whilst playing for Forest.
That total has still not been matched, with Sone Aluke of Hull City his closest challenger after completing 15 dribbles this term.
|Team||Successful dribbles||Appearances||Mins Played|
|Sone Aluko||Hull City||15||8||415|
|Carl Baker||MK Dons||15||8||428|
|Kazenga Lua Lua||Brighton||15||7||613|
It shows the class that West Ham have recruited by snapping up Antonio, as he has left everybody else trailing in his wake in the second tier.
Antonio is yet to make a start for Slaven Bilic's side since moving to Upton Park, but he has made two appearances off the substitutes' bench.
The 25-year-old's next chance to make an impression will come this weekend, when the Hammers take on Norwich City.