I just added the image on the right of the page ranking the players ranked by their WPA totals. The chart also includes the player's AGW and their goal totals for the season. I'll update this every week during the EPL season. An explanation of WPA and AGW are below.
WPA: Win Probability Added defines exactly what it sounds like it should: How much a player has added to their team's success through their goals. The way I calculate this is to sum how much each player's goals add to the team's probability of winning. Goals are a flawed statistic because every goal is obviously not worth the same amount. The 5th goal in the 90th minute in a 5-0 win is not important. The 1st goal in the 90th minute in a 1-0 win obviously is very important. To quantify these values I accumulated the total record (wins, losses, and ties) of every game in the past 10 years in the EPL. This way, I could calculate the exact winning percentage at every different game situation for both teams. For example, I know that scoring the 2nd goal to make a game 2-0 at home in the 67th minute increases a team's chance of winning by 10.845983%. WPA takes in to account the importance of each goal, and shows how much, overall, a player has added to their team's chance of winning a game through their goals.
AGW: Average Goal Weight is simply how much, on average, the player's goal is worth. Mathematically, it is the player's total WPA divided by the number of goals they have scored. For example, one player may only score 5 goals on the season, whereas another may score 15. However, the first player could have a higher AGW if they tended to score pivotal goals while the second player scored useless goals.
WPA and AGW are not perfect statistics, but they do provide a little more insight in to a player's goal scoring ability.