The 2012 season may only be nine weeks old but there has already been plenty to talk about in Singapore football's top flight.
Both the new foreign sides, Harimau Muda and DPMM FC, have started in fine fashion and are already viewed as genuine title candidates, while Balestier Khalsa have emerged this season's dark horses.
At the other end of the spectrum, perennial challengers SAFFC have struggled to get going and are currently 9th in the table, nine points behind DPMM.
Hougang have exceeded all expectations so far and are currently 6th after picking up 11 points from their opening eight games, and one of the reasons for their excellent performances has been the form of Webb, who is their top scorer at the moment with five goals.
The 24-year-old is now in his third season at the Hougang Stadium and is arguably the Cheetahs most important player, offering them a constant outlet in attack.
Webb possesses what few players in the competition have - pure flair and skill - and has torn apart defences on his own on more than a few occasions this season.
He has also weighed in with his fair share of crackers this season, most recently against Woodlands Wellington two weeks ago when cut in from the left and unleashed an unstoppable 30-yard into the far corner.
After losing to Gombak United last weekend, Hougang will be looking to get back to winning ways when they take on free-falling Albirex Niigata on Friday.
The White Swans are known for their technically-sound game but have been exposed at the back on several occasions.
Webb has done well when played in attack so far this season, but Hougang coach Nenad Bacina could be tempted to deploy him on the wings, where he is likely to come up against Hidekazu Yamamoto or Takeshi Ito, both of whom will struggle to handle the Canadian's blistering pace.