Its that time of the season again.
Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney is among the nominations for the Professional Footballers’ Association player of the year award.
Rooney is joined on the four-man shortlist by Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea striker Didier Drogba and Manchester City ace Carlos Tevez.
Rooney and Fabregas are also nominees for the young player of the year award.
Aston Villa midfielder James Milner and Birmingham City’s on-loan goalkeeper Joe Hart complete that particular list.
Hart, 22, has spent the season on loan at St Andrew’s from Manchester City.
Rooney, who has already scored 34 goals for his club this term, is favourite to capture the PFA prize and make it the fourth successive year it has gone to a United player.
Cristiano Ronaldo recorded back-to-back wins in 2007 and 2008, while Ryan Giggs was handed the honours last season.
Rooney, 24, and Fabregas, 22, will compete to join a select band of players to have won the young player award in the same season as the main honour. (BBC Sport)
So here we go, who gets your vote? Its an interesting list although we are a little surprised that Wayne Rooney at 24 is still getting nominations for young player of the year.
You can vote for your favourite on the poll to the right and why not discuss any glaring omissions in the comment section below.