By FOX Sports Staff
Suarez has been in red hot form for Liverpool in the current campaign with 22 Barclays Premier League goals to his name - including the opener in Sunday's 3-2 win over Tottenham.
The Uruguayan currently leads Manchester United's Robin van Persie and Tottenham's Gareth Bale in the race for the Golden Boot but it has been claimed that Suarez trails the pair in the running for the PFA Player of the Year gong.
Suarez's off-the field reputation hit an all-time low last season and this could count against him as the prestigious award is decided by a vote amongst the members of the players' trade union or the PFA.
However, Gray thinks it would be wrong for Suarez to not win it.
"If I was still playing, his name would be written down on my ballot form. I would have him as my Player of the Year," Gray said on his talkSPORT show.
"Gareth Bale has been flavour of the month but has he been consistently that good this season? I don't know.
"Robin Van Persie is obviously going through a bad spell at the moment. He is finding goals difficult to come by. It's one in nine, I think, so that's not great from him.
"But Suarez has been Suarez. He's been consistent from when he kicked off, all the way through, sometimes in a team that wasn't set up for him to have the best players around him.
"He has had to work on his own for half a season until [Daniel] Sturridge came in and has helped him. I couldn't not vote for Luis Suarez as my Player of the Year. What he's doing on a football pitch is sensational."
The winner of the PFA Player of the Year award for this season will be announced next month.