Tottenham Hotspur, all things considered, have had a fantastic 2018/19 so far.
The Lilywhites have had to contend with moving stadiums, and no new players have been signed for the past two transfer windows.
Despite everything, the club find themselves third in the Premier League and Champions League semi-finalists.
A number of players have obviously stood out for Spurs along the way, but none more so than Heung-min Son.
The South Korean winger has been in excellent form this term having scored 20 in all competitions.
That is despite his exertions at the World Cup, the Asian Games at the start of the season and the Asia Cup in January.
The PFA released its six-man shortlist for this year’s Player of the Year, but there was no room for the scintillating Spurs ace.
Manchester City stars Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero and Bernardo Silva, Liverpool duo Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane, and Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard are the players to fight it out for this year’s award.
One has to feel for Son, who is surely only being overlooked for his absences which are not his fault.
The 26-year-old has been breathtaking at times for Tottenham, and usually always steps up to be counted for when Harry Kane is not playing.
To have been involved in 27 goals – which is more than Silva and Mane – having played mainly as a winger is excellent, especially having missed six games through representing his country.