London: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has reportedly won the club's fan-voted Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year and Goal of the Season for his long-range stunner against Norwich City.
Suarez added the three awards to the football writers' Player of the Year title he won on Monday and the PFA version he received a week earlier.
According to the Mirror, the Premier League's leading scorer was hailed by skipper Steven Gerrard, who said that the Uruguayan seems to be cleaning up as he has won everything and as such, they are lucky to have such a world-class talent like him playing with them.
Gerrard further said that Suarez is in a league of his own and is different to most footballers, adding that he is talented along with having a big heart.
Manager Brendan Rodgers was honoured with a surprise award for Outstanding Achievement, Raheem Sterling won Young Player of the Year at the dinner, while Academy honours went to midfielder Jordan Rossiter.
Other awards included Lucas taking home the Bill Shankly Award and a lifetime achievement prize for Boot Room legend Ronnie Moran, the report added.