It might be a good idea to select from some of these players when piecing together your Fantasy Premier League squad for next season.
The game we all love to hate is finished for the summer but as a Fantasy Football manager, you might want to keep a close eye on the following players when selecting your squad for the 2015/16 Premier League campaign.
In the following list we look at the 10 highest-scoring footballers in Fantasy Premier League - the official version of the game from the English top-flight - for this season alone.
10. Cesc Fabregas - 165 points
Managing an amazing 18 assists throughout Chelsea's league campaign, Fabregas played a key role in bringing the Premier League crown back to Stamford Bridge. Much of his form came before Christmas when it appeared as though Diego Costa and the Spanish schemer had forged the perfect partnership.
9. Santi Cazorla - 168 points
A beautiful footballer to watch as he appears to gravitate instead of sprinting. Typical of a Spanish playmaker, Cazorla is decisive with his passing and isn't too bad in front of goal either. The midfielder reached a tally of seven goals and 11 assists.
8. Charlie Austin - 176 points
In an appalling season for Queens Park Rangers, there was one ray of light that burst through. Austin scored 18 goals in 35 appearances, which is surely enough to generate interest from another Premier League club after The Hoops became one of three relegated sides this season.
7. John Terry - 177 points
Without question one of Terry's best seasons as a footballer, which is a remarkable statement considering he is 34-years-old. Playing every minute of Chelsea's triumphant league campaign, the former England captain lifted his fourth Premier League title. A rock at the back for Jose Mourinho's side.
6. Branislav Ivanovic - 179 points
Arguably the best right-back in the Premier League for the last two or three years, Ivanovic may not get the recognition he deserves by many but his consistency carried Chelsea a long way in their title win. Playing in all 38 fixtures, the Serbian contributed four goals and five assists.
5. Harry Kane - 191 points
Probably the best story of the season - coming through the ranks at Tottenham Hotspur, having such an impact in his breakthrough season and being awarded a senior international call-up by England. Scoring 21 goals in 34 appearances, Kane will hope to prove himself again by posting similar numbers next season.
4. David Silva - 191 points
In terms of being a wonderful player on the eye, similar to Cazorla, Silva has produced performances down the years at Manchester City that can only be described as out of this world. It was a disappointing campaign for the Manchester outfit,t but that didn't stop this Spaniard being consistently brilliant. Silva managed 12 goals and seven assists throughout the season.
3. Alexis Sanchez - 207 points
As Premier League debut seasons go, you would be hard pushed to find one more impressive than Sanchez's first at the Emirates Stadium. The former Barcelona forward enjoyed 16 goals and eight assists for the Gunners.
2. Sergio Aguero - 216 points
It was real mind boggler that Aguero missed out on a place in the PFA team of the season despite registering 26 goals in 33 appearances.
1. Eden Hazard - 233 points
Winner of the PFA Player of the Year award and now topping the highest scorer polls for Fantasy Premier League. It doesn't get much better than that. Even winning the actual Premier League title is inferior.