Welcome to the final edition of our Premier League player power rankings in 2013!
We've sustained two major injuries and, as a result, two stalwarts of recent weeks have dropped from the list to make room for a new duo.
Who makes the cut, who misses out and who's No. 1? Take a look, and if you believe we've missed someone drop their name in the comments below!
Phil Jagielka and Mamadou Sakho both fall out due to the news they've been injured. The centre-backs will be out for one and two months respectively, so we've dropped them from the rankings for the time being.
We have plenty of impressive performers to honour this week, and what better place to start than with the rejuvenated Emmanuel Adebayor? Mathieu Debuchy, too, is back to his best, while Joel Ward and Fernandinho are impressing in their defensive capacity.
Adam Lallana needs to be finishing more chances but is playing well, and Ross Barkley looks a man on fire every time he steps onto the pitch.
Last Week: 10
Pablo Zabaleta missed Manchester City's narrow 1-0 win over Crystal Palace, resting his overworked legs and giving Dedryck Boyata the chance to impress.
He was, however, present for the Boxing Day victory over Liverpool and provided his usual reliable, solid self.
It was by no means a standout game, but he didn't put a foot wrong.
Last Week: 7
Olivier Giroud scored the winning goal at St. James' Park to lift Arsenal to the top of the Premier League table, but aside from that one moment, he had a torrid afternoon.
He missed an absolute sitter, struggled in a lonely tussle against a solid defence and got injured twice in the first half.
Despite being a gamewinner, we're moving him down.
Last Week: N/A
Per Mertesacker continued his magnificent season to date with a stunning showing at St. James' Park on Sunday.
He was a colossus in the centre of defence, repelling wave after wave of attack on the way to a valuable three-point haul that kept Arsenal top of the table.
The big German has been the most injury-free, reliable piece in Arsene Wenger's defensive line.
Last Week: N/A
Eden Hazard crowned yet another scintillating showing with an equalising goal against Liverpool on Sunday.
He drifted across the midfield line and tormented the defence throughout, testing the waters with Glen Johnson, Daniel Agger and, later, Brad Smith.
The Belgian has been in stunning form for over a month now and perhaps belatedly appears in our top 10.
Last Week: 9
Newcastle United crushed Stoke City on Boxing Day, and while the red cards to Marc Wilson and Glenn Whelan helped, Yohan Cabaye was magnificent as usual in midfield.
He's playing a little further forward on a more regular basis now Vurnon Anita has finally settled into the team, but his defensive work was commendable against Arsenal on Sunday too.
Last Week: 8
Romelu Lukaku ended his worrying goal drought by notching a superb left-footed effort against Southampton on Sunday.
He's been playing well regardless of his absence on the scoresheet, but strikers are supposed to score goals no matter what else they bring to the side.
Despite the mini-drought, he's on nine goals at the halfway point and looks set to match last year's total (18) or better it.
Last Week: 3
It wasn't a great Christmas period for Aaron Ramsey, and Arsenal fans are hoping the slide stops soon.
He was substituted against West Ham when chasing the game, and in bringing on Lukas Podolski at his expense, Arsene Wenger changed the tide and came out victorious.
He was absent from the squad at St. James' Park, and Jack Wilshere turned in a strong performance in his place.
Last Week: 5
Seamus Coleman bagged his FIFTH Premier League goal of the season on Sunday, surging forward from right-back and firing an unstoppable effort into the top corner from an absurd, acute angle.
His performance on the whole was magnificent as he aided yet another Everton win, and the Toffees will now enter 2014 above rivals Liverpool in the table.
The Irishman has been so good, neutral fans hardly even noticed Leighton Baines' absence.
Last Week: 2
Wayne Rooney was an absolute star against Hull City, running the show after a slow start and leading his side to a crucial victory on away soil.
His long-range strike leveled matters, and he provided the cross for Chris Smalling's first, fight-back goal.
His absence was sorely felt at Carrow Road two days later, as an injury niggle kept the England international out of the squad and the Red Devils scraped their way to a 1-0 win.
Last Week: 1
Luis Suarez holds on to his No. 1 ranking on our list despite being nullified by John Terry and Gary Cahill on Sunday.
It's by virtue of those around him not playing and the incredible lead he's built up over the course of four goal-laden weeks previous, but he needs to start 2014 with a bang to remain top.
Happy New Year to everyone who reads Bleacher Report!