Mohamed Salah has been voted in as PFA Player of the Year, winning by a landslide with 89 percent of the ballot in his favour.
Since signing from AS Roma for £37 million last summer, Salah has been unstoppable in all competitions, scoring a ridiculous 44 goals and creating 16 in 51 games.
The Egyptian King has been pivotal in getting Liverpool to the Champions League final where he will line up against Real Madrid.
While talk of winning the Balon d’Or is premature, if Salah wins the European Cup with the Reds and can maintain his form into next season, there is no denying he deserves to be right up there.
Having set the record (32) for most goals scored in a 38-game Premier League season, Mo saw off competition to win the PFA Player of the Year from the likes of Kevin De Bruyn, David De Gea, Eden Hazard, Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling.
The 25-year-old has won nearly 40 individual accolades this season, highlighting just how good he has been on a personal level.
Of course, he has been helped by the likes of Roberto Firmino but there is no denying just how good this guy is.