So far this summer transfer window, these are 10 players I've picked out that should shine in the Premier League this campaign.

10. Steven Whittaker

Age: 26

Club: Norwich City

Joined From: Rangers

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Right Backkk

Steven Whittaker signed for Rangers in 2007 for £2m after moving from Hibernian, but moved to Norwich on a free transfer after Rangers were forced into liquidation. Whittaker proved to be a key part of the Rangers squad and was established as a first team regular at right back. He started 24 games last campaign and made 1 substitute appearance for The Gers and he found the net twice. He has scored 19 times in 150 starts for the Ibrox outfit and was a key member of the team. Norwich had Kyle Naughton running the wing last season but he was only at Carrow Road on a season long loan from Tottenham. Whittaker has big boots to fill but should fit the bill. He is versatile and can play full back or on the wing. His ability to time a tackle also makes him a strong contender for a starting place for Norwich this year.

9. Mohamed Diame

Age: 25

Club: West Ham United

Joined From: Wigan Athletic

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Defensive Midfield

West Ham just managed to get promotion to the Premier League after a late goal from striker Ricardo Vaz Te proved too much for Blackpool. With their new transfer fund, The Hammers were keen to bring in new players, but they spent absolutely nothing bringing Diame in. The Senegal international has proved to be a real asset to the Wigan squad and it was no wonder that West Ham wanted to bring him in. Diame made 26 appearances last campaign and found the net 3 times. His sheer power and his physical presence make him a great player, however he may struggle to get a regular starting spot at Upton Park. In central midfield he will face stiff competition from Mark Noble, Kevin Nolan and Jack Collison, all regulars in the starting line up. Diame will have to prove his worth early or starts may prove hard to come by.

8. Marko Marin

Age: 23

Club: Chelsea

Joined From: Werder Bremen

Transfer Fee: £8m

Position: Winger

£8m seems a lot for someone who I have classed as a bargain, but for someone with as much talent as Marin, it is a small price to pay. Marin has been nicknamed "The German Messi" because of his creativity, agility, vision and his ability to decide the outcome of a game on his own. He had a superb 2010/11 season from Bremen, but after the departure of fellow countryman Mesut Ozil to Real Madrid, his form faltered. Last season he only notched up 1 goal and claimed 5 assists but if you give him a football, you never know what's coming next. Marin arrives as a replacement for Salomon Kalou who left earlier this month for Lille. Marin should sparkle this season so keep a close eye on the tricky wideman.

7. Steven Naismith

Age: 25

Club: Everton

Joined From: Rangers

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Midfielder

Back to Scotland now and unsurprisingly, back to Rangers! This time it's Steven Naismith. Naismith is an adaptable player who can play all across the midfield and when needed, can act as a striker. Naismith only played in 11 games for The Gers as an injury cut his season short, but if his form in those 11 games is anything to go by, Everton could be Premier League Champions! He scored 9 times in 11 games, add that to January aquisition Nikica Jelavic's 9 goals in 13 appearances, Everton look to have a deadly strike force this season. There will also be chemistry between the two with both being former Rangers players so this can only be a positive can't it?

6. Hugo Rodallega

Age: 27

Club: Fulham

Joined From: Wigan Athletic

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Forward

Making 23 appearances and scoring just twice doesn't really sound like a great goal to game ratio, but make no mistake, Rodallega is lethal. His form in 2010/11 was much better than his form last season, but it will still take a lot of convincing for the Fulham fans to believe that he is a worth while signing. The Columbian had limited first team starts last season, mainly losing out to Victor Moses and Franco Di Santo, but he hopes that a new start at a new ground will finally get him a shed load of goals. Fulham as ever will be looking to trouble the top half of the table and an extra bit of firepower will prove great if they want to push for European football, especially with someone of the quality of Rodallega.

5. Lukas Podolski

Age: 27

Club: Arsenal

Joined From: 1. FC Koln

Transfer Fee: £13m

Position: Forward/Winger

Dipping back into the "He's not a bargain" situation now with one of Germany's finest strikers, Lukas Podolski. The German has an unbelievable record for his country scoring 44 times in 101 games and is the youngest player to reach 100 appearances for his country. But domestically, he has been at a club that relied on him to do everything and it proved just how much they relied on him as they were relegated. Podolski netted an impressive 18 goals but still couldn't prevent relegation. With the seemingly immenant departure of Robin Van Persie, the German should be the man that can be relied on to produce the goods. Arsenal have already confirmed the capture of French striker Olivier Giroud and the 2 could prove to be a real handful for opposition defences.

4. Park Ji-Sung

Age: 31

Club: Queens Park Rangers

Joined From: Manchester United

Transfer Fee: £2.5m

Position: Midfielder

One of the hardest workers and one of the most under rated players in the world. Standing at 5ft 10inches, Park Ji-Sung was a real gem of a buy for Tony Fernandes' QPR. Hoops only just managed to survive last time out, but the capture of Park could now give them a better chance of staying in the division this time around. Making 17 appearances and scoring twice, Park never failed to give his all every time he stepped foot on the pitch. What he lacked in speed, he more than made up for in stamina. His performances were often brilliant and he deserves every bit of praise he gets. Park can play either in the centre of midfield or out wide so he offers Mark Hughes a lot of options when it comes to selecting his squad. Keep a close eye on the Korean in the blue and white of QPR this season.

3. Pavel Pogrebnyak

Age: 28

Club: Reading

Joined From: VFB Stuttgart

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Forward

This striker joins the newly propmoted Royals after spending the back end of the season on loan at Fulham. He impressed at Craven Cottage scoring 6 times in 12 games and proved to be an integral part of The Cottagers strike force. Already having some experience in England's top division will also come in handy as Reading will try to establish themselves as a Premier League team. Pogrebnyak's finishing and height makes him a real threat and defences will have to mark him tightly as if they give him half a yard, the ball could very well be in the back of the net in a matter of seconds.

2. Gylfi Sigurdsson

Age: 22

Club: Tottenham Hotspur

Joined From: 1899 Hoffenheim

Transfer Fee: £10m

Position: Midfielder

Narrowly missing out on top spot is new Spurs midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson. The Iceland international has had previous experience in the Premier League first with Reading in 2008 and then with Swansea from January until the end of the season. The midfield maestro is lethal from set plays and is awesome at long shots. Again £10m is a lot to spend on some like this and also considering that Gylfi is only 22, it seems like a bit much. Scoring 7 goals in 18 games and also collected 4 assists in his time at Swansea put everyone on red alert about the quality of this talisman and Tottenham beat Liverpool to the Icelandic's signature. With the departure of Luka Modric almost a certainty and the confirmation that Niko Kranjcar was to leave the club in early July, Sigurdsson will prove pivotal for Tottenham in their push for a place amongst Europe's elite this season. Keep your eyes on this young gem because blink and you really will mish something special from him.

1. Junior Hoilett

Age: 22

Club: Queens Park Rangers

Joined From: Blackburn Rovers

Transfer Fee: Free

Position: Winger/Forward

David Wayne Hoilett (known to you and I as Junior Hoilett) is one of the brightest young prospects to have played in the Premier League. Starting 34 games and scoring 7 times, Hoilett was one man in form. He has such a great turn of speed, he makes Usain Bolt look slow! He's an unbelievable talent and a real asset to have in any squad. After his release from Blackburn Rovers at the end of the season, QPR were quick in aquiring his services and to be honest, it's no wonder they were so keen to sign him. The Canadian has hit some belters and has skills that could leave Ronaldo in awe of him. Despite being quite small, Hoilett is incredibly strong and likes to get stuck in. Hoilett deserves number 1 spot for all these reasons and therefore he is the bargain of the summer transfer window. So far.