Last season’s Red Stripe Premier League top scorer, Reno’s Craig Foster, has moved on to greener pastures, which means a new golden boot winner will be crowned this season, and with the season just getting into gear a number of the league’s top marksmen have already made their intentions clear.After five rounds of games Montego Bay United’s Dino Williams sits atop of the goalscoring charts with four. The 25-year-old player leads six others on three goals, including teammate Owayne Gordon. Williams and Gordon have scored seven of Montego Bay’s 11 goals so far this season.Arnett Gardens’ Newton Sterling netted all his three goals in his first game in a 4-0 win over Trench Town rivals Boys’ Town.Portmore’s new sensation Ricardo Morris has also found the net three times already this season, and his fine form has earned him a national senior call-up. He was included in the squad to face South Korea on Tuesday.One of most consistentFor the past three seasons, Boys’ Town’s Rafiek Thomas has proven to be one of the league’s most consistent and prolific striker. Boys’ Town have moved from title contenders to relegation strugglers in the last few seasons but they can still rely on Thomas for goals. It’s no surprise he already has three under his belt.Rivoli’s Corey Burke also has three strikes and appears to be rediscovering his goalscoring form. After an unbelievable first half of the season last year, the Rivoli frontman failed to hit a goal in the entire third round after leading the scoring chart for much of the way.The other striker on three goals is none other than Waterhouse’s 36-year-old evergreen centre forward Jermaine ‘Tuffy’ Anderson. The Waterhouse striker bagged a brace in his last outing to give his team their first win of the campaign. Anderson has won the top scorer award twice in the past and is expected to challenge for the goalscoring award again this season.