2018-2019: David Turnbull. Young midfield sensation Turnbull has knocked in a phenomenal 13 goals from midfield this season from just 29 appearances.
From Stuart Elliott 17 years ago to David Turnbull this season, the Steelmen have certainly been blessed by some great marksmen over the years.
2018-2019: David Turnbull. Young midfield sensation Turnbull has knocked in a phenomenal 13 goals from midfield this season from just 29 appearances. 2017-2018: Louis Moult. Moult only played the first half of the season before leaving to join Preston North End, but still finished as Motherwell's top scorer with eight league goals. 2016-2017: Louis Moult. The popular Englishman's second season at Fir Park saw him again top the club's scoring charts with 15 league goals. 2015-2016: Louis Moult. The English forward rammed in 15 league goals in a successful first season in Scotland's top flight after joining Motherwell from Wrexham. 2014-2015: John Sutton. The popular frontman knocked in 12 goals as he again top scored in a season for the Steelmen. 2013-2014: John Sutton. The English hitman battered in 22 top flight goals in the first season of his second spell at Motherwell as the Steelmen finished second. 2012-2013: Michael Higdon. In a sensational campaign, Higdon scored 26 league goals and was PFA Scotland Player of the Year as Motherwell finshed Scottish Premiership runners-up 2011-2012: Michael Higdon. Higdon, a summer signing from St Mirren, bagged 14 league goals in a fine first campaign with Motherwell 2010-2011: John Sutton. As Motherwell finished sixth in the SPL table, Sutton top scored with 10 goals in a season which saw the team led by Craig Brown and Stuart McCall. 2009-2010: Lukas Jutkiewicz. Jutkiewicz spent the season on loan from Everton, scoring 12 goals for 'Well including a last ditch equaliser in a 6-6 draw with Hibs. 2008-2009: David Clarkson. Mark McGhee's second season as Motherwell saw them slide down to a seventh place finish with Clarkson top marksman with 13 league goals. 2007-2008: Chris Porter. Porter, a free transfer signing from Oldham Athletic, netted an impressive 14 league goals as Motherwell finished third under Mark McGhee. 2006-2007: Scott McDonald. The diminutive Australian netted 15 times in the league as 'Well finished seventh under gaffer Maurice Malpas. 2005-2006: Richie Foran and Scott McDonald. Foran (pictured) and fellow striker McDonald both netted 11 times as the Steelmen finished eighth under Terry Butcher. 2004-2005: Scott McDonald. McDonald netted 15 goals this season, including two in the famous 2-1 win on the final weekend in May 2005 which denied Celtic the league title! 2003-2004: David Clarkson. Clarkson scored 11 league goals as Motherwell finished sixth under Terry Butcher. 2002-2003: James McFadden. McFadden top scored with 13 goals as Motherwell finished bottom but stayed up because Falkirk's stadium was unfit. 2001-2002: Stuart Elliott. The Northern Irish winger top scored with 11 goals as Motherwell finished 11th and went into administration in April 2002