Leicester City new-boy Chris Wood's electric start at the King Power Stadium hasn't gone unnoticed among Phones 4U Fantasy Football managers, who've been bringing the Foxes hot-shot into their teams in droves.

The New Zealander is the most transferred in player from the last seven days and has been involved in 8% of incoming transactions.

Wood joined the npower Championship high-flyers as soon as the January transfer window opened following a successful loan spell at Millwall, and Phones 4U Fantasy Football managers have been quick to follow suit.

The powerful 21-year-old scored six minutes into his debut after signing from West Bromwich Albion on a permanent deal and finished the 6-1 destruction of Huddersfield Town with eight points for two goals and an assist.

He finished his time at Millwall with three goals in two games and his quick-fire start to life at his new club took his Championship tally to five in three and 45 Fantasy League points for the season.

It seems managers have been signing the in-from Wood to replace Charlie Austin, who has struggled to recapture the form that made him a must-have performer in the first few months of the campaign, when he bagged points in nine of the first 11 games.

The Burnley talisman is the most transferred out player from the past week and has been involved in 8.2% of outgoing deals after only scoring twice since November.

Another player struggling for points just happens to be the most selected in the game Tom Ince, who is in 55.9% of teams.

The Blackpool winger has only registered two assists and four points in his last six outings.

Managers have also lost faith in popular defenders Bruno Saltor and Damien Delaney, who have been cut by 5.2% and 4.2% of managers making transfers respectively.

The duo have been missing in recent weeks because of injury and suspension, but they could be back in action very soon.

The game's top points scorer Glenn Murray just happens to be the best value player in Phones 4U Fantasy Football.

Crystal Palace's target man has bagged 70 points and his bargain £0.800m price tag means he's scoring at a rate of 87.5 points per £m.

His total is nine points better than anyone else and the 23 points he secured in December made him the Player of the Month for the second in succession.

Murray has netted 22 goals from 22 games and there have been eight times this season when he's gone on to score a second after finding the back of the net.

In fact, he's only scored in 12 separate matches meaning he's got at least one more two thirds of the time.

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