While Suarez is expected to take home the majority of end-of-season awards both inside of Anfield and out, there are others who have also been vital in the Reds' rise to the summit of the Premier League table.
Jordan Henderson has won over both fans and pundits alike after two seasons of disappointment, while Raheem Sterling has shown that he has the ability to be a key player for club and country for years to come.
While the aforementioned individuals have received compliment after compliment and vast media praise to an extent that all five are expected to feature for their countries at this summer's World Cup, there are those that have quietly gone about their business away from the headlines.
Martin Skrtel has marshalled a back four that has changed on what seems to be a game-by-game basis, while Simon Mignolet has had a debut season to remember in the Liverpool goal.
This article will select the three players that—in this writer's opinion—have been vital to the Reds' season despite not getting the praise they perhaps deserve.
They were selected based on their individual contribution to Liverpool's season. Read on to see which players make the final three.