With 609 appearances and 177 goals to his name, it's safe to say that Frank Lampard knows a thing or two about Premiership football. So when he tells you who he rates as the league's best player, you listen. You listen up, ok?
It's Eden Hazard...
After appearing to totally forget how to play football last season, Hazard is back to his scurrying, ankle-nipping best, racking up 14 goals and five assists in a campaign that has Chelsea sitting clear at the top of the table.
Speaking during a TV appearance last week, Lampard said:"He [Hazard] is the best player in the league for me at the moment."
"I've seen a new maturity from him this year. Not just on the pitch, off the pitch [as well].
"He's doing more interviews, speaking English, those things are important.
"When you become the level he's at, he's captained Belgium a couple of times.
"There were times last year when he was so confident in his ability he would beat players twice. Now there is a directness to his play."
While he might be having a stellar year, Hazard faces some competition from teammate N'Golo Kante - a man who, like a great white shark, will die if he ever stops running - as well as former Chelsea castoff Romelu Lukaku, who has somehow scored 23 league goals for Everton.
Now that's impressive...