After collecting the PFA Players' Player of the Year honour on Sunday evening, Liverpool forward Luis Suarez revealed his depth of gratitude to his teammates, family and the club's supporters.
A phenomenal season in which the Uruguayan has registered 30 goals in 31 appearances in the Barclays Premier League was rewarded with the individual accolade at a ceremony in London.
The Reds' No.7 saw off competition from colleagues Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge, plus Eden Hazard, Adam Lallana and Yaya Toure, to scoop an award he was runner-up for 12 months ago.
To mark the achievement, Suarez posted a special video on his personal YouTube channel, highlighting the important support he has received at Anfield and at home along the way.
"We've just arrived from the Player of the Year awards," beamed the 27-year-old with the trophy clutched in his hands.
"I'm very happy with this award - thanks to all of the players who voted for me.
"Congratulations to all of my teammates too; I couldn't have won this award without them.
"Special thanks to Sofia, my wife, who is here to enjoy it with me, and to my two children, who I love with all my soul.
"And thanks to all of the supporters who have helped me too."