10- David De Gea
You do wonder how much trouble United would be in without De Gea. An outstanding shot-stopper, the United number 1 has made 78 saves this season and is looking more and more likely to keep his place in the PFA team of the year.
9- Alvaro Negredo
The Manchester City number 9 has adapted to the premier league incredibly well, however it is hardly surprising given the stature of him. A typical English number 9 the player has already received comparisons to the great Alan Shearer, scoring 23 in all competitions this season.
8- Per Mertesacker
After an inconsistent first 2 seasons at Arsenal, Mertesacker is looking more like the experienced German International that Wenger thought he had signed in 2011. His defensive partnership with Koscienly has been the best Arsenal have had for years.
7- Loic Remy
With 12 goals already this season, Remy has been the main reason for Newcastle’s league position this season. The on loan striker has become the most important player for Newcastle since the recent transfer of Cabaye to PSG. Which makes it essential that Newcastle make the deal permanent in the Summer.
6 – Aaron Ramsey
The Arsenal midfielder would most probably be a lot further up my list, if it was not for his recent injury woes. After troublesome season’s following his horrific injury at the Gunners, Ramsey has really matured into a top class midfielder this season. Scoring 8 goals and 6 assists in the league, and a scoring a vital goal away at Borrusia Dortmund in the Champions league.
5- Adam Lallana
Lallana has been the main man in a team full of talented players at Southampton. His form this season has surely earnt him a place on the plane to Brazil this summer. It is also refreshing to see a player that was playing in league 1 only a few seasons ago now establish himself as an England International.
4- Eden Hazard
The Chelsea star last season showed glimpses of his talent throughout, however did lack consistency. However under the guidance of Mourinho he has found this, and the former Madrid manager has also improved the players work rate. At only 23 he is sure to become one of the world’s best players under Mourinho’s guidance.
3- Daniel Sturridge
The former Chelsea man couldn’t have dreamed of a better first year at Anfield with 32 goals in 34 appearances. The strike partnership of Suarez and Sturridge will surely deliver champions league football to Liverpool next year and you expect Sturridge to be leading the line for England in Brazil
2- Sergio Aguero
Aguero has been immense for City ever since he joined from Atletico Madrid, and he has been no different this season with 15 goals in 17 league appearances. The news that Aguero is fit for the league cup final this Sunday will come as great relief for Manchester City fans, as they are defiantly not the same team without him.
1- Luis Suarez
Considering Suarez was banned for the first 6 games this season, to be in line for the golden boot this season is quite remarkable. He has established himself this season as one of the Anfield greats, with displays such as his 4 goal haul against Norwich. Having signed a new contract with Liverpool it looks like the fans are going to be able to enjoy a few more seasons of the exceptional Uruguayan.