The 2018/19 season has already yielded one trophy for Barcelona.
Ernesto Valverde's side were crowned La Liga champions after a 1-0 victory over Levante on Saturday and are still in both the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.
A lot of Barca's success has been down to the form of the mercurial Lionel Messi, who has produced some of the best football of his illustrious career.
Despite being rested more often, Messi still has 34 league goals to his name and 46 in all competitions - 10 of those have come in just eight Champions League games.
And the likes of Gerard Pique, Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Jordi Alba have all been at the very top of their game throughout the season.
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But how do Barca fans themselves rank the squad this season? Well, Marca have provided the answers.
Unsurprisingly, Messi tops the list, with January signing Kevin-Prince Boateng bottom of the 28-man list.
The big shock is Luis Suarez in 13th...
1. Lionel Messi
2. Marc-Andre ter Stegen
3. Gerard Pique
4. Jordi Alba
5. Clement Lenglet
6. Ivan Rakitic
8. Nelson Semedo
9. Sergio Busquets
10. Sergi Roberto
11. Ousmane Dembele
12. Arturo Vidal
13. Luis Suarez
14. Carles Alena
16. Jasper Cillessen
17. Riqui Puig
18. Philippe Coutinho
19. Moussa Wague
20. Jean-Clair Tobido
21. Samuel Umtiti
22. Inaki Pena
23. Thomas Vermaelen
25. Denis Suarez
27. Jeison Murillo
28. Kevin-Prince Boateng
Dembele, Vidal, Arthur and many more earn a higher spot than Suarez, while Coutinho is the lowest ranked player of those who have played the majority of games this season.
Even Puig is above the Brazilian...
The list also sheds light on how bizarre Barca's January transfer window was, with two signings Murillo and Boateng occupying the bottom two places.
Both players arrived on loan and the likelihood of the moves being made permanent by the Blaugrana is slim to none.
Fans will be hoping the summer window is a little more successful for the club, with the arrival of Ajax's Frenkie de Jong already agreed.News Now - Sport News