The Blues star has taken the gong.
Despite being in a category full of top talents from the Premier League, it was Chelsea attacking midfielder Eden Hazard that scooped the PFA Young Player of the Year award.
The Blues star beat Liverpool duo Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling, Southampton’s Luke Shaw and Ross Barkley of Everton to lift the gong.
Hazard was also among the six man shortlist – along with Sturridge – for the PFA Player of the Year award, although that was won by another Reds ace Luis Suarez.
Therefore the Belgium international misses becoming only the fourth player in the award’s history to pick up both prizes – along with last year’s winner Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Andy Gray.
There is no doubting that Hazard is a worthy winner after yet another brilliant year in west London in which the 23-year-old has top scored for the club in the league with 14 strikes to date.
The midfielder’s manager Jose Mourinho has said that the Belgian will be a future Ballon d’Or winner and if he carries on improving at this rate the 51-year-old will surely be proven right.
Sturridge finished second behind Hazard, whilst 18-year-old Saints left-back Shaw was third.