The Indian Super League (ISL) 2023-24 season witnessed exceptional talents taking centre stage and thrilling football action. As teams battled for supremacy, certain players stood out with their remarkable goal contributions, combining goals and assists to elevate their teams' performances. These players not only demonstrated individual brilliance but also played pivotal roles in their respective teams' strategies and successes, making the 2023-24 season one of the most competitive and exciting in the league’s history.

From the top assist providers to the most prolific goal scorers, these players have left an indelible mark on the league. Each of these players brought something unique to the pitch, from creative playmaking and efficient finishing to their versatility, making them the most influential players in the ISL 2023-24 season.

With that, here are the players who tallied the most goal contributions from the season gone by:

Dimitri Petratos - 17 goal contributions in 23 matches

Dimitri Petratos was a key figure in Mohun Bagan Super Giant's Shield win. The Australian scored 10 goals and provided seven assists, totalling 17 goal contributions in 23 appearances. Often playing in an advanced role behind the striker, Petratos demonstrated extensive shot-taking and playmaking abilities, contributing significantly to the Mariners’ attacking firepower as they netted the most goals in ISL 2023-24. The forward was rewarded with the Golden Ball accolade for his incredible campaign with the Mariners.

Dimitrios Diamantakos - 16 goal contributions in 17 matches

Dimitrios Diamantakos, affectionately known as Dimi, won the Golden Boot in his second ISL season, scoring 13 goals and providing three assists in just 17 appearances. The Greek striker averaged a goal every 102.54 minutes, playing a total of 1333 minutes. Despite Kerala Blasters facing the unavailability of key players, Diamantakos ensured they reached the playoffs with his crucial goals. He scored 13 goals with a remarkable goal conversion rate of 40.62%.

Madih Talal - 16 goal contributions in 22 matches

Madih Talal of Punjab FC led the league in assists, with 10 to his name, and added six goals for a total of 16 goal contributions. The Frenchman also topped the chart for completed dribbles, successfully completing 42 out of 96 attempts with a 43.75% success rate. The 26-year-old drew the most fouls in the league, with 71, and created 57 chances, the third-highest in the league, helping Punjab FC enjoy a memorable debut season in the ISL.

Noah Sadaoui - 16 goal contributions in 23 matches

Noah Sadaoui was instrumental in FC Goa's playoff qualification, tallying 11 goals and 5 assists for a total of 16 goal contributions in 23 appearances. The 30-year-old Moroccan forward, renowned for his speed and versatility, successfully completed 37 out of 93 dribbles, achieving a 39.78% success rate. Sadaoui's agile footwork and finishing skills made him a standout performer for the Gaurs under head coach Manolo Marquez, excelling in both winger and striker roles.

Roy Krishna - 16 goal contributions in 25 matches

Roy Krishna's 13 goals and three assists were pivotal in Odisha FC's historic semi-final run. The Fijian striker, known for his offensive proficiency and leadership, maintained a shot conversion rate of 28.26%, scoring 13 goals from 46 shots. Since joining the ISL in 2019, Krishna has consistently proven his value with different clubs and shows no signs of slowing down.

Lallianzuala Chhangte - 16 goal contributions in 25 matches

Lallianzuala Chhangte of Mumbai City FC also tallied 16 goal contributions with 10 goals and six assists. The Indian winger was instrumental in Mumbai City's offence, helping them win the ISL Cup. He finished the season as the Indian player with the most goals. Known for his dribbling and intelligent positioning, Chhangte created 43 chances and made 37 key passes. The 26-year-old completed 37 out of 80 dribbles, achieving a 46.25% success rate, and had an average of 24 passes per game with an accuracy of 83%.