It’s end of season poll time.
We invite our readers to vote in a poll that will help us to produce a Premier League Best XI of 2012/13.
Today is the turn of the strikers.
Robin Van Persie (Man United)
As expected the Dutchman has continued his Gunners goal scoring form whilst in Man United colours, frequently the man to secure the points for Sir Alex Ferguson in his final season at Old Trafford.
Michu (Swansea City)
Simply the bargain of the season. £1.6m outlay paid ten fold with his 18 goal Premier League haul. Capital One Cup success the icing on the cake.
Christian Benteke (Aston Villa)
Quite simply without the Belgian forward Aston Villa would be playing in the Championship next season. Simple as that.
Rickie Lambert (Southampton)
Top scoring English striker last term and a player who has now proven he can score goals at every level.
Javier Hernandez (Man United)
Criminally underused by Man United but still managed a very healthy 18 goals in all competitions despite being handed just 22 starts.
Arouna Kone (Wigan Athletic)
Ivory Coast international had an excellent season even though he failed to prevent the Latics from suffering drop to the Championship.
Romelu Lukaku (West Brom)
Loaned out Chelsea man more than proved himself worthy of a Blues first team spot next term scoring 17 times for the Baggies.
Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool)
Excellent showing from the England man following his January move to Anfield, scoring ten goals in just 14 appearances.
Dimitar Berbatov (Fulham)
Bulgarian is clearly enjoying life as a big fish in the comparatively small Craven Cottage pond, 15 Premier League goals and a fair few of the spectacular variety.
Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
But for his biting ban the Uruguayan may well have finished the season as the Premier League’s top scorer the Liverpool man had an excellent campaign scoring 23 goals in 33 top tier matches.