FIFA 14, the latest iteration in EA's long-running football simulation series, looks primed for another stellar year in the sales charts having recently dislodged GTA V as the UK's best selling game. More importantly, it's given old rival Pro Evolution Soccer a real drubbing, with PES 14 way down in 15th place in the proverbial Premier League table, scrapping it out in a relegation dogfight. One glance at the UK charts tells you that FIFA 14 has been a smash-hit since release last month, and with a next generation launch to come in November, could easily be the highest-selling title of 2013. Reviews have glowed thus far, with numerous top gaming websites rating it an "amazing" 9/10. Indeed, having personally invested incalculable hours into the game myself, I can safely say '14 is one of, if not the best in the long-running franchise's history. There's a lot EA do well, from enhanced gameplay through to a more enjoyable online experience, it's easy to see why the title was (until this week) sitting proudly at the top of the charts. But - and there's always a but - it's by no means perfect. With EA set to roll out yet another game next year in what has become an annual event, here, we examine 5 Future Improvements FIFA 15 Must Have.