#10. Troy Deeeney
Troy Deeney is a man with a story. He left school at 16 with no qualifications and began his football career at Walsall before joining Watford. In 2012, Deeney was sent to prison for being involved in a brawl. The striker was released early for good behaviour and seems to have turned over a new leaf both on and off the pitch. Since his release he has gone back into education, received his GCSEs, and has been appointed Watford captain. Deeney scored 45 goals in his final two Championship seasons before making the step up to the Premier League with the Hornets, a step which he has made confidently. Deeney has 6 Premier League goals in his first season in the top flight and has been a major part of Watford’s success this season.