John Terry has revealed his PFA Player and Team of the Year selections, with Philippe Coutinho getting the nod as his number one player.
Coutinho has caught the former England captain's eye, despite not seeing his side lose to Liverpool this term in three meetings.
Raheem Sterling's future has been the subject of intense speculation and Terry is clearly an admirer of the Liverpool forward and found space for the England international in his team.
Terry has picked Harry Kane as his Young Player of the Year and 19 Premier League goals has put the Tottenham striker in the limelight.
The Chelsea centre-back, who was not allowed to select any of his team-mates, put three Southampton defenders in his starting XI, including his former Stamford Bridge defender Ryan Bertrand.
Sadio Mane was another Southampton inclusion, with the £11m signing posting a number of impressive displays for the Saints.
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Manchester United duo David de Gea and Juan Mata also featured in the starting line-up and Sergio Aguero joined Kane up front.
West Brom midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu was left red-faced after posting PFA Team of the Year selections on Twitter - only to realise he mixed up his nominations for Harry Kane and Eden Hazard.
Mulumbu tweeted he got it wrong and had voted Hazard Player of the Year and Harry Kane Young Player of the Year.
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