Chelsea striker Diego Costa scored goal no.11 in just his tenth Premier League game following a big money summer transfer as the Blues beat West Brom 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.The Spain international has wasted no time settling in and has continued last season’s excellent form where he scored 27 times for Atletico Madrid.And despite only making his Premier League debut in August, he is closing in fast on the sharpshooters who have been playing in England’s top flight since January.Click the arrow on the right to see which player has scored the most calendar goals this year. 6 3) Edin Dzeko (Man City): 14 goals – Edin Dzeko scored 12 times between January and the end of the 2013/14 season, though he has managed to find the back of the net just twice for Man City in the current campaign, with both coming against Hull. 6 6 2) Sergio Aguero (Man City): 16 goals – Sergio Aguero’s 12 Premier League goals so far this season put him at the top of the goal charts, which included four in one match against Tottenham. 6 8) Romelu Lukaku (Everton), Emmanuel Adebayor (Tottenham) and Diego Costa (Chelsea): 11 goals – click the arrow to see the striker with the most goals in this calendar year – Chelsea striker Diego Costa has already scored as many Premier League goals as Romelu Lukaku and Emmanuel Adebayor have in 2014 for Everton and Tottenham respectively. The problem Jose Mourinho complained about last season has been fixed with the arrival of £32m Costa, as the Blues now have someone to score goals and look on course to win a first Premier League title since 2010. 6) Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Wayne Rooney (Man United) and Luis Suarez (Liverpool): 12 goals – Luis Suarez has gone, but he still has scored as many as Wayne Rooney has this year, while Suarez’s former captain, Steven Gerrard also has 12 goals. 4) Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) and Yaya Toure (Man City): 13 goals – Toure has only scored two Premier League goals in the current campaign, but was one of the players of the year last term and finished with 20 goals. Sturridge has spent most of this season in the treatment room, but was in scintillating form alongside Suarez as Liverpool’s title charge faltered at the final hurdle. 6 6 1) Wilfried Bony (Swansea): 17 goals – Bony ended last season with two goals for Ivory Coast at the World Cup and this season has five goals for Swansea, which puts him at the top of this list. Will the Jacks hang onto him in the January transfer window?