It is that time of year again - when professional footballers who are members of the PFA get the opportunity to make their votes for this season’s PFA Player and PFA Young Player of the year award.
Each player is presented with a sort of ballot sheet and is asked to name their PFA Player of the Year, PFA Young Player of the Year, Divisional Team of the Year etc etc.
And there are no rules currently in place that bans players from revealing their votes before they are cast - making it something a few players enjoy to therefore share with fans.
One such player is Joey Barton.
The QPR midfielder, formerly of Manchester City and Newcastle United, has a reputation for many things - one of which is Twitter.
He used the website to show off his divisional team of the year for the Championship before also showing the world his two choices for PFA Player and Young Player of the Year - following in the footsteps of Gareth Bale’s double win last season.
And the Huyton lad, a former Everton and Liverpool academy player, has gone with two reds players as his choices.
How I voted in PFA ballet. Suarez no brainer. Henderson has had a complete turn around. I was once a critic. pic.twitter.com/OvMbDqOoGD— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) March 28, 2014
Luis Suarez has been simply sensational this term while Jordan Henderson has been proving doubters wrong the longer the season has ticked on.
Many appeared to disagree with the latter decision - and as Barton says he could have gone for many other players.
But this sport is one of an opinion and the truth is any number of players out there deserves the award.
So Suarez and Henderson seems a fair vote to me - although I would have personally gone with Ross Barkley myself Joseph.