The Barcelona forward has scored 32 goals and created 18 assists in 27 games.
Barcelona have a momentous treble in their sights, with the Catalan giants in the final stages of three competitions.
A win away to Atletico Madrid this Sunday will seal the La Liga title for Luis Enrique’s men, while finals appearances in the Copa del Rey and Champions League against Athletic Bilbao and Juventus respectively will give them the chance to add further silverware.
A key reason for the Blaugrana’s success has been the unrelenting form of Lionel Messi, who is firmly back to his best and has been unplayable for the Camp Nou side.
The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has formed a formable attacking trident with Neymar and Luis Suarez, with the Argentina international thriving in a more withdrawn role this season.
When examining Messi’s stats for 2014-15, his home form in particular has been incredible.
As can be seen above, the South American star has scored 32 goals and created 18 assists at Camp Nou - all in the space of 27 games.
Despite Cristiano Ronaldo leading the goalscoring charts in La Liga, Messi is the frontrunner for the 2015 Ballon d’Or and looks set for a silverware-laden club campaign.