6. Eden Hazard
The first of two midfielders to make the cut, Hazard is a unique talent who does a sterling job of carrying the brunt of the goalscoring burden at Stamford Bridge given the inconsistent form displayed by the trio of Demba Ba, Fernando Torres and Samuel Eto'o.
With nine Premier League goals so far this season, three more than the aforementioned Cameroonian, Hazard is lethal in front of goal and usually provides a sparking touch of gloss to those finishes to mesmerise fans in the process.
The Belgian international is one of the world's best attacking midfielders already and, at just 23, has the potential to perhaps even one day become THE best in that position.