This year's Premier League season has seen some interesting moments so far. Players have stepped up when their teams needed it and have been the standout performers for their respective clubs.
There are still four games left in the season, but these players are deserving of their spot on this list and it is unlikely they will be overtaken by another teammate.
Let's take a look at each Premier League Team's most valuable player.
Wayne Rooney has proven his worth for his club again this season. He leads the club in scoring, by a long shot, and his recent form in the league is a big reason why Manchester United is on its way to retaining the title.
Rooney currently has 24 goals in the league and has added four assists as well.
Sergio Aguero has come into the Premier League needing no time to adjust. He leads the club in scoring and is third in assists. When he has not been missing through injury, he has been a certain starter and a constant threat for opposing defenses.
He has a chance to play his name into the club's history books forever if he plays a major part towards the end of the club's league campaign.
Well, this one is obvious. Robin Van Persie leads the EPL in scoring and has dragged his team along all season. He was just placed on the shortlist for Player of the Year.
Arsenal was knocked out of all the competitions they played in despite the dutch forward's impressive form. One has to wonder where they would be in the league if he was not around.
He has scored 27 of the team's 67 league goals.
Emmanuel Adebayor's goals were a major help to stir the team to its fantastic start to the season, and it looked like he would turn out to be the best signing for Tottenham. The goals have dried up, but Scott Parker's influence in midfield has not waned.
The Englishman's presence in middle has given Modric more freedom to create and give the team the solid foundation it had early on.
Demba Ba scored a lot of goals early on and now his compatriot, Papiss Cisse, has taken over in that department. Neither player would be scoring much without Yohan Cabaye's play in midfield.
Joey Barton has not been missed since the arrival of Cabaye, who has proved to be one of the buys of the season for Newcastle.
Fernando Torres is still not back to his best and both Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard, though effective at times, have not played as big a role as in previous years.
Juan Mata arrived this season and became the team's main creative influence. The Chelsea attack does not look the same without the little Spaniard, and he could prove to be the player the team builds around moving forward.
Everton is only behind Manchester City and Manchester United when it comes to goals allowed in the Premier League. Leighton Baines has been a big part of that.
He has the most appearances for the club and is tied for second in goals and has added two assists as well.
Jose Enrique has been a major part of Liverpool's defensive fortitude this season.
None of the attacking members of Liverpool's side are worth mention here, and Enrique gets the nod here because he has seemingly become the solution for Liverpool's long-term left-back problems.
Stephane Sessegnon leads Sunderland in both goals and assists this season. He is the team's focal point in attack and when he plays well, the team usually benefits.
Clint Dempsey is in the prime of his career, and Fulham are reaping the benefits of his skills. He leads the club in scoring and is tied for the lead in assists.
Dempsey has stood out as the club's main man yet again even after the signing of Bryan Ruiz and with talented players like Moussa Dembele on the squad.
It's always easy picking the team's top scorer as their most valuable player, but sometimes with teams like Norwich, it has to be the case.
Grant Holt is the club's captain and has led from the front admirably this season. His 13 goals have helped the club keep a good distance away from the relegation zone this season.
Leon Britton may have better passing statistics than Xavi, but Michael Vorm is the club's most valuable player this season.
Vorm and Ashley Williams are the only two players to appear in every league game for the club, and Vorm's quality between the sticks has been evident throughout the campaign.
He is tied with Tim Krul for second in shutouts in the league with 12. Joe Hart is the leader in that category with 13 to his name.
West Bromwich Albion is having an average season in the Premier League, and Youssouf Mulumbu has played his part.
He is second in appearances only to goalkeeper Ben Foster.
Stoke's club captain, and Arsenal enemy No.1, Ryan Shawcross is the team's most valuable player. Shawcross has chipped in with a couple of goals and assists this season and has been a constant presence in the defense.
Aston Villa is having a poor season by its standards, but Gabriel Agbonlahor has been a good spark for the club.
He is second in goals and leads the team in assists in league play. The team is missing both Ashley Young and Stewart Downing, and other players had to step up.
Darren Bent could have been on this list had he appeared in more games.
Things could be much worse for Wigan if Gary Caldwell was not around. The Scottish defender is the team's leader at the back and has actually chipped in with a couple goals as well.
When Joey Barton decides to play football, he can be a very solid player. His experience and quality has been a helpful addition to the QPR squad, but they are still within touching distance of the relegation zone.
Bolton is right behind with two games in hand.
Nigel Reo-Coker may end up taking over for Kevin Davies as Bolton's club captain, and there is no wonder why. He has been a constant presence on the field for a team that has seen its share of injuries and one significant departure.
Reo-Coker's industrious play in midfield has made him the team's most valuable player this season.
Yakubu has been in top form for the Blackburn this season and is fourth in the Premier League with 16 goals to his name.
There is no question about this choice, as not much else has gone right for Blackburn this season. The captain and star defender, Christopher Samba, left in the middle of the season, making it even more important for the Nigerian striker to keep up his good form.
There is no easy way to pick a most valuable player for a team that is headed for relegation.
Steven Fletcher is Wolves' leading scorer in the Premier League with 10 goals. Players like Matthew Jarvis and Stephen Ward have also contributed, but if Fletcher wasn't around, you get the feeling that Wolves would have already punched its ticket to the Championship.