Mason Mount’s contribution to the Derby County team becomes clear when you study the statistics. Mount is on a season-long loan from Chelsea and the 19-year-old midfielder’s form for the Rams has earned him a first senior England call-up. He is Derby’s leading scorer this term with five goals in all competitions, and his overall performances have certainly caught the eye. Focusing on the Sky Bet Championship (not including Carabao Cup or international matches), Mount’s stats make impressive reading. Read More Derby County news and views He has created 28 chances in 12 games – more than anyone else in the division. Sheffield United’s Oliver Norwood is his closest challenger with 26. Mount also leads the way when to comes to shots. He has managed 31 in the league to date, the same number as Wigan Athletic’s Nick Powell. Mount has also delivered 68 crosses, more than any other Derby player. That figure is also joint 10th highest in the Championship. The divisional crossing chart is topped by Birmingham City winger Jota, with 96. Derby defender Richard Keogh also features prominently in one particular category – passing. Keogh has made a total of 748 passes in 12 league games. Only one Championship player has made more – Moritz Leitner of Norwich City, with 792. Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan is just behind Keogh on 746, having played 11 matches. Keogh’s centre-back partner Fikayo Tomori is 14th on the list with 628 passes from 11 league outings.