FPL season is upon us, which means you can jump in NOW and get started on your management journey ahead of the new season.
With prices revealed and the new season now live, it's time to look at those must-have stars that could change your team's fortunes.
Check below for some of the best stars money can buy in FPL 22/23.
Everyone's an expert when it comes to Fantasy Football, but that doesn't guarantee you success.
With players constantly fluctuating in form and fitness, you'll need to make sure your squad has the right balance if you're going to top the tree.
Stars like Salah, Son and Haaland have been suggested, we want to take a look at a few must-haves that could go under the radar.
Arsenal's new number 9 arrives with plenty of hype, and there's a good reason that many are backing the Brazilian to become a top performer in the league this season.
An FPL favourite who was known for consistently delivering for Man City, will you take the punt on Jesus now that he is guaranteed to be starting most games?
One of the top scorers in FPL last term, you'd be crazy not to consider Bowen as a member of your squad for the forthcoming season.
A reliable player who will deliver in both the goals and assists column, you need to be factoring this rising star into your squads.
His form may have tailed off towards the end of last season, but Mason Mount is once again guaranteed to be a focal point of Chelsea's side next season.
A shrewd purchase who always proves popular amongst FPL players, Mason Mount is a man that you need to be considering when it comes to picking your midfield.
The Premier League Golden Glove this season, alongside fellow Brazilian Alisson at Liverpool, Ederson always proves to be one of the most popular options in FPL.
Guaranteed to bank clean sheets and always posing the threat of grabbing an assist, Pep's man in the net will undoubtedly be a keeper for your side throughout the season.
The official FPL Twitter account revealed that access to the new FPL season would start in July, and the game went live on Tuesday, 5 July at approximately 4:30pm BST.
Last year Liverpool's Mohamed Salah topped the chart with 265 points, closely followed by Heung Min Son with 242 points.
A couple of defenders, Trent Alexander-Arnold (208 points) and Joao Cancelo (201 points) also made up the top five, with West Ham's Jarrod Bowen a cost-effective choice after his 206 points haul last campaign.