Good season overall for him, despite the precarious creativeness of Huddersfield Town in its maiden Premier League.
Mounié is quite more clinical that what I've thought of him at first. But, at the same time, he's not a creative forward at all. He seriosuly needs to play alongside teammates who hold a much more creative prowess.
Huddersfield surely lacked attacking power this season, but that's heavily related to the lack of scoring chances they usually had each matchday. They mostly managed to survive from relegation battle because they earned critical points when they were desperate to stay out of the reach of sides like Swansea or Southampton. Some creditable wins/draws against the likes of Man U or Chelsea, while still avoiding defeats against the eventual bottom three bunch.
That said, Mounié had a fairly good season for not having been feeded well often upfront. If David Wagner gets more creative signing for midfield from July, then we could expect an even better form on Mounié in the next season.
His current set is actually very good. Probably needs some minor adjustments to make him a little bit more individualistic and focused around the opp box, like even worse TW plus Fox in the Box.