As the football season gains momentum and the weeks pass, it is very easy to get carried away in the all-devouring Premier League and the English stars in the struggle for recognition
With the constantly evolving landscape of football attracting more and more players abroad, the progress of the British abroad can often be completely overlooked being seen.
Sportsmail has taken a look around the world to keep track of how stars move farther away …
Jadon Sancho, Borussia Dortmund, Bundesliga
Jadon Sancho made up for his blister breakthrough season for Borussia Dortmund at the start of this campaign.
From the first seven Bundesliga games of the season, the youngster had six notable assists and three goals.
He also grabbed a goal and an assist in the 2-0 German Super Cup final victory against Bayern Munich.
But there have also been problems for the English international. He was dropped for the game against Borussia Mönchengladbach after he had returned too late from his international job – with manager Lucien Favre referring to a & # 39; disciplinary measure & # 39 ;.
He was also taken away for the break because Dortmund lost 4-0 to Bayern Munich due to poor performance.
But he has since returned to form a blistering style with eight goals in many matches for his club, bringing his score to 14 goals in 29 club and country matches.
with Manchester City, Manchester United and other English toppers chasing him, he may not be in Germany for long.
Ademola Lookman, RB Leipzig, Bundesliga
Everton decided to reduce his losses on the highly regarded Lookman in the summer, who moved back to Leipzig, where he had previously borrowed time, for compensation north of £ 20 million
So far, the 21-year-old has played four games this season and has played the last 11 minutes against Frankfurt in the second game of the season, before playing the last half hour in shock 3 – 1 home defeat against Schalke.
Lookman, who became frustrated with a lack of opportunities on Merseyside, still plays a game of patience.
Reece Oxford, Augsburg, Bundesliga
The enigma of English football, many fans and experts expects to immediately explode into a Premier League star after scoring Mesut Özil from the game as a 16-year-old rookie in 2015.
This summer, the now 21-year-old is permanently committed to German football after a series of loans, signing for Augsburg.
Of the first seven league games, Oxford in six (two draws, three defeats, one win).
The season-opening 5-1 drubbing through Borussia Dortmund saw Oxford moved from central defense to a deeply defending midfielder, where he has since stayed.
He has performed eight times in total and Augsburg is tenth, eight points free from the drop zone.
Marcus Edwards, Victoria or Guimaraes, Portuguese Premier League
After hypeded as the next big thing from the youth lineup Tottenham, Edwards bit the bullet and went to Portugal to expand his game and prove himself on the continent.
The 20-year-old was omitted from the matchday team for the first three games of the season, before he received a replacement 34 minutes on the right wing in the most recent draw against Pacos Ferreira, which ended in a 1-0 victory.
He has gone one to make 13 games and has scored four goals, including three in his last three games.
Daniel Sturridge, Trabzonspor, Turkish Superlig
They were baby steps for a player who was so often plagued by injuries during his stay in Liverpool.
Sturridge made a 20-minute domestic debut against Genclerbirligi, before missing the next game with Achilles care.
Returning with a last minute against Besiktas, Sturridge then hit the back of the net for the first time during a 27-minute cameo against Caykur Rizespor to a 2-1 win.
The former English international has so far been thrown twice in 10 games for Trabzonspor.
Steven Caulker, Alanyaspor, Turkish Superlig
After leaving Dundee in September 2018, Caulker remained without a club until he signed for Alanyaspor in January.
Early statistics indicate a revitalized man. Caulker has an impeccable record with his new club in the Turkish top flight and Alanyaspor is currently sixth in the table.
Caulker started and played a full 90 minutes in the first six games of the season because he new game grabbed four wins and two draws.
The strong form of Caulker has clearly introduced a new level of confidence, with the player himself contacting Scotland coach Steven Reid to explain his interest in playing for the national team for which he is eligible because of his grandmother.
Bobby Duncan, Fiorentina, Serie A
Anyone who has never heard of Bobby Duncan – nephew of football legend Steven Gerrard – soon announced the news of his messy departure from Liverpool .
The 18-year-old was determined to leave Anfield and his boys' club to get the senior team's playing time and to impress the football world.
Duncan wastes the team getting stuck after scoring three goals in four games for the club's academy in the Italian youth competition (spring 1) – including a 30-meter screamer against Rome.
The Liverpudlian still has to be transferred to a senior team call alongside Franck Ribery and Federico Chiesa, but was promoted in England under the 19th team of Paul Simpson.
Kieran Tripper, Atletico Madrid, La Liga
Atletico is seven points at the top of the table behind Barcelona, but Trippier had a solid start to life in Spain.
After a nightmarish season last year, in which he lost his place in England, Trippier went to Spanish football like a duck in the water and regained his Three Lions status.
Bury-born full-back has the full 90 in seven of Atleti & # 39; s opening eight games, with one assist on the board.
M from anager Diego Simeone is said to be satisfied with his offensive position, while the teammate was impressed by his fitness despite arriving late during the season campaign.
Lee Cattermole, VVV-Venlo, Eredivisie
Veteran star Cattermole is not yet ready and is now conducting its trade in the Dutch top flight.
Cattermole spent ten years playing soccer with his local club Sunderland in the summer, and wrote a one-year contract with VVV.
The 31-year-old spent the first two games of the season making late cameos while raising his fitness levels. He was of course booked during his debut, despite playing only 17 minutes.
More recently, Cattermole played nearly the full 90 in each of VVV's previous four league games, in his usual defensive midfield anchor role.
VVV is currently 16th in the Eredivise classification.
Jerome Sinclair, VVV-Venlo, Eredivisie
Former & # 39; wonderkid & # 39; van Liverpool Sinclair is also in the top Dutch season this season, and now plays alongside Cattermole on loan from the Watford tourist office.
Of the 16 league games this season so far, Sinclair has played an impact sub in 10 – without goals.
For a player who was once among the youngest senior player in Liverpool in history, up to 16 years and six days old, Sinclair & # 39; s career still does not succeed as many predicted.
Kemar Roofe, Anderlecht, Belgian Pro League
After taking everything out of the closet to remove Roofe from Leeds in the summer it started encouragingly at Anderlecht.
The club made a scorching start to the campaign under returning hero Vincent Kompany, and Roofe arrived with a niggling ankle injury which meant he missed the first six games.
Making his debut against Waasland-Beveren, Roofe played 85 minutes, but saw no first goal. However, he was booked and then saw yellow again in the next game against RSC Charleroi.
But he then hit the back of the net in a 4-1 win over St. Truiden and achieved an impressive six in 12 so far.
Jason Puncheon, Cyprus
Former Crystal Palace man is still in love with the game on 33, and playing football in Cyprus with Paphos FC.
After having played 90 minutes in each of the five games so far this season, Puncheon proves that he still has his legs. However, the goals still have to follow
Jay Bothroyd, Japan
Do you remember former Cardiff and QPR man Bothroyd? Well, he's still going strong at the age of 37.
Bothroyd, who has represented England at every level, is now trying his hand in J-League football with HC Sapporo on the mountainous northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.
With the season in full swing, he scored eight goals in 18 games, with two assists en route.
Adam Le Fondre, Australia
Journeyman striker Le Fondre still knows where the back of the net is after scoring two goals in the AFC Champions League .
The 32-year-old star in Stockport is now down down with Sydney FC, playing since August 2018.