OXFORD United have two players who can lay claim to being among the top 50 in the EFL.

FourFourTwo magazine's annual rankings, included in the latest issue, are based on supporter feedback.

James Henry, who is in double figures for goals once again, makes it in at No 38 - the seventh best in the third tier.

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At No 29, Cameron Brannagan is the fourth-highest League One player on the list, despite an injury-hit campaign.

Peterborough United's Ivan Toney was the top player in the division at No 14, while Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is at No 1 overall.