Wanderers' Victor Adeboyejo is among the ‘most clinical’ strikers in League One over the past season.

Adeboyejo scored 13 goals for Burton during the first half of the campaign, including a hat trick in a 3-1 win against Forest Green.

The 25-year-old has found the net three times since joining the Whites in the January window, most recently in the 1-1 draw against his former club in April.

He has one of the highest conversation rates in the division this season, according to FotMob. This is calculated based on the number of goals each player has scored compared to the number of shots they have taken.

Dion Charles also ranks fairly highly in the list, having scored 21 goals in all competitions to help the Whites finish fifth in the table and win the Papa Johns Trophy.

Charles became the club’s first player to reach the 20-mark in a single season since Michael Ricketts during the 2000/01 campaign.

However, it is worth noting this data includes penalties. Six of the 27-year-old's goals in the league have come from the spot this term.

Looking purely at goals from open play, Charles' conversion rate drops to around 16 per cent.

Jevani Brown has the highest figure since the start of the campaign, having scored 12 goals from a total of 34 shots in the league.

Portsmouth’s Colby Bishop also ranks highly, having scored 20 times from 103 shots since his summer move from Accrington.

Here is a list of the League One players with the highest 'conversation rates' over the past season (only those with at least 12 goals have been included)

  • Jevani Brown, Exeter (35%)
  • Colby Bishop, Portsmouth (34%)
  • Miles Leaburn, Charlton (32%)
  • Victor Adeboyejo, Bolton (31%)
  • Niall Ennis, Plymouth (31%)
  • Ben House, Lincoln (27%)
  • Dion Charles, Bolton (26%)
  • Jonson Clarke-Harris, Peterborough (25%)
  • Conor Chaplin, Ipswich (25%)

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