The Uruguayan is the runaway winner of our poll following a blistering campaign which has seen him score 29 goals in just 33 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool
Almost two-thirds of Goal readers who voted in our poll believe Liverpool star Luis Suarez should be voted PFA Player of the Year.
Suarez leads the Premier League scoring charts this season and has netted 29 times in just 33 appearances in all competitions for the Reds.
And the Uruguayan's outstanding contribution to Liverpool's surprise title charge has convinced a whopping 63.5 per cent of the readers who voted in our poll that he deserves the award.
Second in the list but some way off the eventual winner is Chelsea winger Eden Hazard.
The Belgian was labelled "the best young player in the world" by manager Jose Mourinho earlier this season and 14.3% of voters deemed him the most worthy.
Third is Manchester City colossus Yaya Toure, garnering 10.2% of the vote after a spectacular campaign which has seen him score 15 goals from midfield.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard attracted 7.3% of the vote, while just 3.6% backed Southampton star Adam Lallana and only 1.2% plumped for Daniel Sturridge.
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