Jordan Henderson has always split opinions and he will continue to do so especially after his recent accolade. The Liverpool man has recently been named England Men's Player of the Year, beating superstar names such as Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane to the respectable trophy.
As for Sterling, he has been not just one of England's best this past year, but also one of the Premier League's. The Manchester City forward scored 17 goals and bagged 12 assists for the champions last season, earning him a spot in the PFA Team of the Year.
On the other hand, Henderson missed out on the PFA squad, but, of course, became just the second man to captain Liverpool to European nirvana since 1984.
Furthermore, Tottenham Hotspur's main man, Kane, still managed 17 goals in the league and fell just short of Champions League glory to Henderson's Liverpool.