1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

He has been exceptional this season. His part in the goal which got Borussia Dortmund back into Wednesday night's re-arranged Champions League tie against Monaco was impossible to ignore, and for many it also seemed impossible to describe.

This season, the Gabonese striker has scored 25 goals in the Bundesliga. He is expected to be in the starting line up when 4th placed Borussia Dortmund host Eintracht on Saturday. Manchester City and Real Madrid are still watching.

2. Wilfred Ndidi

The Nigerian Midfielder is enjoy football at the King Power Stadium and beyond. He has adjusted swiftly to the playing culture in the EPL becoming a key frame in the foxes' first eleven.

Although Leicester was outplayed in the first leg of the UEFA Champions league quarter finals clash against Athletico Madrid; they walked away with just a lone goal deficit.

In the game, Ndidi had a passing accuracy of 89%, created no chances, had one successful take on and had 60% success in tackles; 80% aerial duels won, 3 interceptions, 6 clearances and 1 foul.

He will start against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

3. Victor Wanyama

This Kenyan brings what his country men do on race tracks to football. Big, strong, resilient and reliable.

The 11 million pounds midfielder is at the foundation of Spurs success story this season. He has scored 3 goals in 39 appearances and gotten booked 10 times.

Although he suffered an injury against Burnley two weeks ago, Wanyama set to make his return to the team if Mauricio Pochettino believes he is fit enough to start.

4. Jordan Ayew

Swansea City needs miracles and they are looking up to Jordan to perform some on Saturday at Vicarage Road when they visit Watford.

Swansea are still battling to stay out of the relegation zone two point adrift of safety. With 28 points from 32 games played the Swans have their work cut out as the season enters the last bend.

The 25 year old Black Star gave his first assist against Tottenham and had a few other bright moments during the game.

5. Franck Kessie

The Ivorian has shown he is not a flash in the pan and Roma wants him to come over when the summer transfer window opens.

The 20 year old midfielder will have another opportunity to show case his skills when Atalanta visit Rome on Saturday.

The hard tackling midfielder will do well to keep his cool after being sent off twice this season. He has scored 6 goals in 29 appearances for

La Dea (The Goddess).