Goalkeeper: Adrian – While it would have been easy to choose Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois, West Ham United shot-stopper Adrian has often been overlooked this season.
The Spanish goalkeeper has started every game for the Hammers this season, averaging 3.39 saves per match - more than Courtois, Hugo Lloris and David Ospina.
Right-back: Joel Ward – The Crystal Palace right-back has been a real unsung hero for the Eagles this season, and his impressive displays could lead to a bigger move in the future.
Centre-back: John Terry – The former England international has been the Premier League’s best central defender this season, helping the Blues to the title with a number of star performances.
Centre-back: Gary Cahill – Terry’s centre-back partner has also been in wonderful form this season, averaging a team-high 6.1 ball recoveries per Premier League encounter.
Left-back: Aaron Cresswell – Cresswell’s debut campaign in the Premier League has been nothing short of superb, despite the Hammers’ disappointing displays throughout 2015.
The 25-year-old adds to a long list of excellent left-backs available to England boss Roy Hodgson, and it surely won’t be long until he’s called upon to make his senior international debut.
Central midfield: Nemanja Matic – Since re-joining Chelsea in January 2014, Matic has been the Premier League’s best defensive midfielder by some margin.
The Serbia international adds the perfect balance and protection to his defence, averaging a remarkable 3.6 tackles per Premier League fixture.
Arsenal’s Francis Coquelin is desperately unlucky to miss out on a spot, but in a straight comparison with Matic, the Serbian ace ultimately comes out on top over the entire campaign.
Central midfield: Santi Cazorla – The Spanish ace has dropped deeper this season, and what an effect it has had on his team. Alongside Coquelin, Cazorla has been given the freedom to really play.
The former Villarreal favourite has scored seven goals and assisted a further 11 in 33 Premier League starts, the best record of his career to date.
Left midfield: Christian Eriksen – The Tottenham Hotspur ace has been a real standout performer at White Hart Lane this season, impressing the Spurs fans with a number of top displays.
He has 10 Premier League goals for the season, and his attacking intuitions are surprisingly complimented with an excellent desire to help out with the defensive work.
Right midfield: Eden Hazard – The Belgian international has been named the PFA Player of the Year, and it’s relatively easy to understand why.
Aside from his 14 goals and nine assists, Hazard averages a whopping 4.8 successful take-ons per match as he creates chances galore for his teammates.
Striker: Alexis Sanchez – The Premier League’s buy of the season, pipping Chelsea duo Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa in that regard.
The Chilean international has been superb for the Gunners, and his fantastic individual goal in the 4-0 FA Cup final win over Aston Villa sums him up to a tee. Incredibly hardworking, incredibly talented.
Striker: Harry Kane – The Spurs striker has been the Premier League’s biggest revelation this season, scoring 21 Premier League goals in 28 starts.
The 21-year-old deservedly received international recognition in March, and his England debut will live long in the memory as he notched a header within a minute of coming on.
Substitutes: Thibaut Courtois, Branislav Ivanovic, Danny Rose, Francis Coquelin, Cesc Fabregas, Yannick Bolasie, Charlie Austin.