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Let us know who you think should be crowned as this year's top performer and why. Should the Arsenal hitman be rewarded or will one of the Manchester clubs provide the winner?

A classic Premier League season is nearing its conclusion with the race for the title, European places and the battle to avoid relegation entering a crucial phase.

With most silverware set to be decided over the upcoming two months, another award that will be handed out is an individual one - the PFA Player of the Year award.

This week, players all over England will be voting for their choice, with a number of top-flight players hoping to achieve some recognition.

Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs have been the most recent recipients of the award and this year's winner will be following an esteemed list of past winners.

The leading contenders for this year's award include Rooney, Robin van Persie, David Silva, Vincent Kompany and Demba Ba - Goal.com's experts have had their say, but who do you think should get the nod?

Should Van Persie be rewarded for topping the scoring charts, or are Ba's efforts for Newcastle more impressive? Should one of the Manchester clubs provide the winner, given the fact City and United are contesting the title. Or is there someone other than the leading contenders who you feel deserves recognition?

Let us know your views by leaving a comment and voting in our poll below.

David Silva's Manchester City are 8.5 with 188Bet to win 2-1 against Stoke City in the Premier League on Saturday.

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