POLL: Who should win the PFA Young Premier League Player of the Year?

Chelsea's Eden Hazard rivals Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey to be PFA Young Player of the Year, alongside three Merseyside based players and a Saints wonderkid.

As the Premier League season heads into the home straight the PFA have announced the nominees for both the PFA Player's Player of the Year and the Young Player of the Year award.

With a raft of impressive youngsters breaking through in this season's campaign, there were plenty of options to choose from for the Young Player's trophy. Indeed, two from that list are also in the running for the main award.

Liverpool duo Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling have both impressed for Brendan Rodger's table toppers, while across Stanley Park, Everton's Ross Barkley has begun to showcase his undeniable talent on a regular basis. Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey would have surely been up for the top gong if his injury hadn't interrupted his season so cruelly, while Chelsea's Eden Hazard is among the favourites for both awards. Southampton starlet Luke Shaw rounds off the list, and is looking to oust Ashley Cole from England's World Cup squad such is his talent.

Below we give you the chance to vote for who you think should win the prestigious trophy, and if there are players not nominated who should be, feel free to leave suggestions in the comments section.

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