Earlier today Liverpool's Luis Suarez was named the winner of the Football Writers' Association Player of the Year award. He has scored 30 goals in 31 appearances and has been a major reason in Liverpool's resurgence to the top this season.
Out of the 300 journalists that voted, Suarez gained 52% of the vote, whilst team mate and captain Steven Gerrard came in second and Manchester City's Yaya Toure came in third.
FWA chairman Andy Dunn had this to say of Luis Suarez: "Tireless endeavour allied to extraordinary imagination makes an irresistible combination. Add ingenious, impudent finishing and you have a footballer who truly quickens the pulse."
This marks a massive contrast to last year when Suarez was booed twice at the PFA awards after biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic; a reason many feel kept him from winning both the PFA and FWA Player of the Year awards.
However, this season Suarez has had a remarkable turnaround in terms of behaviour, allowing his football for once to do the talking. As such Suarez was rewarded with a new contract in December as Liverpool looked to secure his future at the club.
Suarez is set to accept the award publicly after the season ends on May 15th.
Football statistics site Squawka detailed three of the best matches Suarez played this season, you can check what three made the list by clicking here.