Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri comes in second followed by Gareth Bale, Carlos Tevez, Scott Parker, Rafael van der Vaart and Charlie AdamManchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has won a staggering 43.55% share of the vote from Goal.com readers who deem he is the most worthy player to win the prestigious Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award on Sunday.
The defender has been inspirational this season for the Red Devils who currently sit on top of the Premier League, whilst also having made it through to the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Despite his history of red cards and controversial tackles, he is highly regarded for being brave and praised for his aggressive and no-nonsense defensive style by the club and its fans who are reminded of former United defender Steve Bruce in his performances.
Vidic can also be an effective attacking force, he has scored four times this season, including a fantastic goal in the 3-1 Aston Villa at Old Trafford with a powerful drive from inside the box.
Gunners midfielder Samir Nasri comes in second with 30.75% of the votes. The Frenchman has been a revelation this season in a campaign where he seems to have taken out his frustration at missing out on the World Cup last summer.
Nasri has gone on to shine throughout the whole season scoring 14 times in all competitions, including nine in the Premier League which makes him Arsenal's second highest goalscorer after Robin van Persie.
The runners-up are Tottenham’s Gareth Bale with 7.63%; Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez with 6.2%; Blackpool midfielder Charlie Adam with 4.53%; West Ham’s Scott Parker with 3.73% and Spurs’ Rafael van der Vaart with 3.61%.