Luis Suarez has been voted the 2012-13 Standard Chartered Player of the Season by Liverpool supporters.
The Uruguyan picked up a massive 64 per cent in the Liverpoolfc.com poll, finishing clear of second-placed captain Steven Gerrard and the retired Jamie Carragher in third.
Centre-back Daniel Agger and January signing Philippe Coutinho completed the top five.
"It's incredible for me," Suarez told LFC TV after collecting the annual prize.
"This is very important for my life and I know I have the supporters helping me - it's so important for me.
"My work is helping the team and I try my best on the pitch. I hoped the team would be in a better position but we tried our best. We are all ready for next season.
"When the manager arrived here it was a little difficult because maybe he didn't know the players or the club. The first season for the manager was good for the confidence of the players. Next season we can be better.
"Of course there's more to come from not only me but all of the players in the dressing room. That's important."
Suarez topped the Liverpool scoring chart with 30 goals in all competitions for the season, including 23 strikes in the Barclays Premier League.
The 26-year-old was included in the PFA team of the year and finished second behind Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale in the race for PFA Player of the Year.
Earlier this month the Liverpool Disabled Supporters Association also overwhelmingly voted Suarez as their player of the year.
In total the striker has notched 51 goals in 96 appearances for the club since arriving from Dutch side Ajax in January 2011.
And Suarez was keen to stress his gratitude to Reds fans for selecting him for the honour.
"Thank you very much - this is a very important prize for me. I say thank-you for that," he added.