We've just passed the halfway point of the 2011-12 Premier League season, so let's review every Premiere League club's best player so far.
All the players will be listed in the order of their club's position on the Premier League ladder.
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What a comeback from Yakubu.
Many thought his top-flight career was over after he only scored 11 goals in his last three injury-plagued seasons at Everton.
This season, Yakubu has scored 12 goals for the struggling Blackburn Rovers, who look headed for relegation.
Mohamed Diamé's performances are bound to lead to bigger and better things for the French-born Senegalese international.
Not only does he lead Wigan Athletic in most tackles made, but he is the second-most prolific dribbler in the team—Victor Moses is unsurprisingly first.
Ivan Klasnić has directly and indirectly contributed to 44 percent of Bolton Wanderers' Premier League goals.
With Kevin Davies losing possession more times than scoring and David N'Gog barely looking like a standard Premier League forward—Bolton need Klasnić every game.
If Queens Park Rangers suffer relegation, then one can look at Alejandro Faurlín's season-ending injury as a factor.
QPR have an issue scoring goals, so they need to be able to defend competently.
Faurlín had won back possession 146 times.
Ben Watson and Sebastian Larsson can attest to Wayne Hennessey's penalty-saving competency.
So far, Hennessey's best game has come against Arsenal.
He made nine saves in a Man of the Match performance that saw Wolves desperately cling on to one point with 10 men.
Goals come at a premium for West Bromwich Albion, as they average less than one goal per game.
Chris Brunt has more assists than Graham Dorrans, Jerome Thomas, Peter Odemwingie, Shane Long, Somen Tchoyi and Zoltán Gera combined.
West Brom will be rueing the fact that Brunt will be out for the foreseeable future with a fractured ankle.
Moussa Dembélé is so much more talented, more skillful, more dangerous but for some inexplicable reason, he isn't producing the end product.
Whereas Clint Dempsey, who has great positional awareness, is cashing in.
Mind you, he does average four shots a game, and six goals in 79 shots isn't a good return rate.
If you were wondering, Andy Johnson and Bobby Zamora have combined for seven goals from 54 shots.
Who leads the Premier League in interceptions?
I understand you may be caught up with Gabriel Agbonlahor's pace, but has he been exceptional this season?
How many goals and assists has he accumulated against Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur?
Petrov not only controls the midfield and offers incisive passing, but he is a workhorse on the defensive end.
If David de Gea was playing like Michel Vorm, the media would be lavishing praise on the Spaniard as if he's the second coming of Lev Yashin.
On form, Vorm is easily the best goalkeeper in the Premier League.
It has to be either José Enrique or Leighton Baines when it comes to the best Premier League left-back right now.
Baines is steady, distributes the ball well, is a set-piece threat and—importantly—he can defend.
Stéphane Sessègnon is easily the best dribbler at Sunderland, and he's just pipping Sebastian Larsson when it comes to making the most key passes.
I've always had faith in Sessègnon, even when he went through a patch where he couldn't get a shot on goal if his life depended on it.
He was class at Paris Saint-Germain, and he's class at Sunderland.
Though, for someone of his talent, he needs to score more goals and provide more assists.
Wigan Athletic bought Conor Sammon, who clearly isn't Premier League material, whereas Norwich City bought Steve Morison, who looks like Premier League material.
Sammon has scored seven goals and provided four assists.
That being said, he needs to hold onto the ball, because he's given the ball away 164 times.
Also, that passing percentage of 54.1 needs to improve drastically.
Stoke City have scored more penalties than goals from a fast break.
Somehow even though they take the least amount of shots and give the ball away the most, Stoke find themselves safe from relegation right now.
Jonathan Walters has been a reliable source for goals and assists—10 in all competitions.
Demba Ba supposedly has degenerative knees like Ledley King, yet right now, Ba seems as fit as a fiddle.
His performances are worth £20 million, but considering his failed medical, it would decrease to at least £10 million.
Apparently, Newcastle United inserted a release clause in Ba's contract, the same clause that saw Borussia Dortmund relinquish Nuri Şahin at a cut price.
The problem with the release clause is that it's lower than £7 million, so Newcastle may have some issues holding onto Ba.
Look at what Luis Suárez has to deal with.
An inept, technically unimpressive, low football IQ-possessing and useless Andy Carroll.
Stewart "Nothing" Downing because he's provided nothing productive so far.
Suárez has carried the Liverpool attack and scored five goals and provided three assists in 16 games.
He's also hit the woodworks five times.
He offers vision with his passing, and his dribbling is excellent.
Statistically, Robin van Persie is on par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. This is how good a season van Persie is having.
The common theme is Arsenal field van Persie and 10 other players.
An injury to van Persie may wreck their season. Then again, there's Thierry Henry.
Talking about Henry, it took him 10 minutes to score, whereas Fernando Torres took 903 minutes to score his first goal of the season.
Who has made the most key passes in the Premier League?
He is the key to Fernando Torres' success, yet André Villas-Boas refuses to play Mata behind Torres.
Without Mata, Chelsea would be in mid-table, and Villas-Boas would have been sacked.
Mind you, I'd be surprised if the Portuguese manager survives past the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 game against Napoli.
Luka Modrić is to Tottenham Hotspur as Xavi is to Barcelona.
Gareth Bale has been helped out by Modrić's ability to spray an accurate long ball to the Welshman.
Modrić has completed 1,074 passes at an 88.3 success rate, and 140 of them have been incisive long balls.
In Wayne Rooney's first five games, he scored eight goals and provided one assist.
Rooney has been world class as Arsenal found out, but he's also been missing.
Sir Alex Ferguson dropped Wayne Rooney following a late night out, and it ended up costing Manchester United against Blackburn Rovers.
That alone indicates how important Rooney is to Manchester United.
When you gauge how good a midfielder is in the Premier League, there's David Silva, and then there's a drop-off in quality.
He does everything Luka Modrić does, but he also consistently scores goals and provides assists.
This guy is a genius, and he had better be Manchester City's highest-paid player.
Roberto Mancini has England's best goalkeeper, the best centre-back in the league, the best midfielder in the league and the most talented forward in the league.
Somehow Manchester City are out of the UEFA Champions League, the FA Cup and on the way out of the Carling Cup.
Sheik Mansour should fire Mancini on the spot.
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