The end of season awards dinners is going to be a very busy time for Man City players.
With a historic quadruple still on the cards the team and it’s top individuals could scoop pretty much every award going if they complete.
Pep Guardiola will be steaming the team’s matching tuxedos as we speak.
Guardiola has improved nearly every player at the club and worked miracles in the shape of deploying Fabian Delph as a left back.
City are 16 points clear of Man United in second, through to play arsenal in the final of the League Cup, face Wigan in the fifth round of the FA Cup and travel to Basel for the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie tonight – the quadruple is well and truly alive.
The whole squad has contributed to their ongoing success but which players will be properly celebrated for it at the end of the season, and do they deserve it?
The PFA Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year award are given to the best player in England as voted for by the players.
Kevin De Bruyne is favourite to win the main award while Raheem Sterling is the front runner for the young award.
For most people De Bruyne has been far an away the best player in the league this season.
Yes Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane are leading the scoring charts but De Bruyne has played the game on a different level to mere mortals under Guardiola.
The vision he demonstrated in games against Stoke, when he pulled out two unreal assists for Leroy Sane, and Leicester last weekend for three assists.
The Ginger Prince has the most Premier League assists this season with 14, he’s scored seven league goals, is fourth on the top passers list.
Just give it to him now.
It might surprise you that Sterling is still eligible for the young player of the year seeing as he has been playing top flight football since his Liverpool debut in 2012.
He was only 17 at the time and will be able to enter the running for this award next season too.
This season has been a bit of a coming of age for Sterling as he has gone from lively winger to game changer under Guardiola’s guidance.
Crucial late winners against Feyenoord, Huddersfield and Southampton had people talking about ‘Sterling time’ earlier in the season.
Sterling’s team mate Leroy Sane is second favourite for the award ahead of United’s Anthony Martial before Richarlison and Dele Alli make up the top five.
With the Premier League as good as finished by the start of February it’s now just down to how many goals and assists De Bruyne and Sterling can register to wrap up the individual awards.