West Ham and Southampton stars Premier League's most wasteful players

Andy Carroll thanks the fans during a lap of honor after the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool at London Stadium on May 14, 2017 in Stratford, England.

West Ham, Huddersfield and Southampton attackers have been desperate to find the net.

Andy Carroll thanks the fans during a lap of honor after the Premier League match between West Ham United and Liverpool at London Stadium on May 14, 2017 in Stratford, England.

Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku have scored for fun this season in the Premier League, but not everybody has enjoyed the same success.

Two players in the Premier League have had 20 shots on goal without managing to score.

Southampton attacker Nathan Redmond has attempted 23 efforts and is yet to get his name on the vidi-printer. 

Nathan Redmond of Southampton is dejected after the Premier League match between Southampton and Manchester United at St Mary's Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Southampton, England.

Just six of his efforts have landed on target, which is a big part of the problem for the winger.

Narrowly behind him is Huddersfield Town winger Thomas Ince, who is desperate to make a big impression in the Premier League.

Perhaps he is trying a little too hard. Ince has registered 20 attempts on goal, and tested the goalkeeper only four times.

On pace to supplant them both as the league's most wasteful player is West Ham's Andy Carroll.

  TeamTotal ShotsGoalsShots on TargetAppearances
Nathan Redmond Southampton 23 0 6 7
Tom Ince Huddersfield 20 0 4 7
Andy Carroll West Ham 18 0 2 4
Davy Pröpper Brighton 9 0 0 7

While Ince and Redmond have each played seven games, Carroll has played in just four games yet managed 18 shots at goal.

He is yet to score, and a staggering poor record shows just two of his 18 efforts have hit the target.

Brighton midfielder Davy Propper has had the most attempts (9) without hitting the target even once.

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