3. Shinji Okazaki (Leicester) – £988,429
The Leicester cult-hero is mostly used as a super-sub for the Foxes, but he has been worth the £7m fee they paid in 2015.
His relatively low wages have made him a good value signing, with some memorable moments under his belt.
4. Shane Long (Southampton) – £1,204,963
Long has gone off-the-boil in recent seasons mainly being deployed from the bench.
However, his 10-goal haul in 2015/16 has boosted his value when compared to his modest transfer fee and wages.
5. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – £1,251,363
Firmino cost £29m in 2015 and has repaid the Reds with excellent goal returns.
His wages have been less than many other elite Premier League stars, meaning he has been a great value purchase with 38 top flight goals to his name in just over three seasons.