1. David De Gea (GK)
The Spain International had an amazing season, after a failed transfer attempt to sign for Real Madrid.
De Gea, might have just saved Louis Van Gaal his job.
2. César Azpilicueta (LB)
The only saving grace in an otherwise shaky Chelsea defense.
Azpi put in solid performances week-in and week-out, and it is a scary thought where the Blues would have finished their season if not for his rock solid presence in the defence.
3. Toby Alderweireld (CB)
A breakthrough season, at the heart of Tottenhams defence.
Alderweireld has been a very crucial part of Mauricio Pochettino’s impressive defensive tactics.
4. Wes Morgan (CB)
The Leicester City captain has had a season to remember, he gave consistent performances in the Leicester defense.
Also his massive presence in the dressing room, kept complacency away and he gave squad the belief that they could win the EPL.
5. Nathaniel Clyne (RB)
In a season where the Liverpool defense was fragile and easily penetrable, Nathaniel Clyne gave good performances every week.
The former Southampton star has had a very good season and finds himself in the England squad for the EURO’s.
6. N’Golo Kante (DM)
With the goal-scoring run of his team-mates, some might underestimate the impact Kante had in Leicesters dream run.
But it was impossible to stop him from running.
7. Dele Alli (MC)
The PFA Young Player of the Year, has been a revelation, a future superstar and just the edge that Tottenham have been looking for.
His partnership with Harry Kane was the driving force behind Spurs push for the title.
8. Riyad Mahrez (AMR)
What a season, just what a season he has had, scoring goals, providing assists, and being crowned the PFA Player of the Year.
16 goals and 11 assists are just a few numbers from what has been a marvelos season for the Leicester star.
9. Dimitri Payet (AML)
Payet has become a set-piece specialist, scoring goals from almost all free kicks.
The French international has been a very important player in an amazing season for the hammers.
10. Jamie Vardy (STR)
Jamie Vardy had a party all season, scoring goals for fun, the England international pushed the Foxes into achieving an impossible feat.
Vardy scored 24 goals and 6 assists in 35 games.
11. Harry Kane (STR)
One season wonder they said, well Harry Kane has become Englands best goal scorer in a very long time.
Kane single handedly led Tottenhams attack, scoring on almost every occasion.
1. Hector Bellerin
The Arsenal star has continued his development into becoming a great full back. Bellerin was the star of an otherwise very shaky Gunners defense.
2. Romelu Lukaku
Former Chelsea star, has had an amazing second season after a disappointing first season with the Toffees.
3. Mesut Ozil An inspiring first half saw Ozil chase Thiery Henry’s all time assists record, sadly the German international had a very average second half in the season.
4. Kasper Schmeichel
The Leicester Goalkeeper matched his father’s feat of winning the Premier League, he was very solid in the goal.
Willian became a demi-god for Chelsea fans, with his tireless efforts and passion. The only shining light in a disastrous season.