Goalkeeper: Keiren Westwood – Sheffield Wednesday conceded 49 goals during their Championship campaign, one less than automatic promotion winners Watford and 50 less than Blackpool.
It was a terrific effort from the Owls’ backline, and specifically Irish shot-stopper Westwood, who proved to be among the division’s very best number ones.
Right-back: Scott Wotton – Wotton featured for both Leeds and Rotherham this season, impressing during a spell at the Millers and prompting Leeds to make him a first-team regular under Neil Redfearn.
Centre-back: Sol Bamba – Not only was he Leeds’ best centre-back in 2015, but he was arguably the best in the Championship over the last five months.
The 30-year-old averaged three tackles, four interceptions and a whopping 8.6 effective clearances per league encounter and was pivotal to the club’s mid-season good run of form.
Centre-back: Tom Lees – Perhaps harsh to leave Giuseppe Bellusci out, but Wednesday’s Lees impressed immensely during his debut campaign at Hillsborough.
The 24-year-old started 44 Championship games, more than any other player at the club.
Left-back: Jack Robinson – The Huddersfield left-back started 30 games for the Terriers last season, showing his versatility as boss Chris Powell often switched to back three.
Defensive midfield: Richard Smallwood – Rotherham’s underrated defensive midfielder had a fine campaign as he helped Steve Evans’ men avoid a swift return to League One.
He started 37 Championship matches, averaging a remarkable 3.4 tackles and 2.5 interceptions per encounter – bettering Leeds’ impressive midfielder Luke Murphy.
Central midfield: Jacob Butterfield – Huddersfield’s best player, and arguably one of the best midfielders outside the Premier League.
Butterfield started 40 matches for the Terriers, scoring six goals and assisting a further eight. Moreover, he averaged a Yorkshire high 2.5 chances created per league match.
Central midfield: Alex Mowatt – If it’s goals from midfield you’re after, then Mowatt is your man. Nine strikes over the season, a terrific return from the 20-year-old.
Left midfield: Chris Maguire – The former Derby County star was one of the Owls’ best attacking threats over the season, scoring eight goals and averaging 1.7 key passes per match.
Right midfield: Ben Pringle – Another former Derby man gets among Yorkshire’s Team of the Season, and it comes as little surprise given Pringle’s importance at Rotherham.
The 25-year-old was directly involved in 10 goals over the course of the campaign, and his average of 2.5 key passes per match is only bettered in Yorkshire by Jacob Butterfield.
Striker: Nahki Wells – The former Bradford City forward was the top scorer in Yorkshire last season with 11 goals, and doing so in only 29 starts, which is even more impressive.
The 25-year-old has a big future ahead of him, and a positive beginning to the campaign next season could see a number of Premier League teams considering him during the January transfer window.
Substitutes: Marco Silvestri, Giuseppe Bellusci, Joel Lynch, Luke Murphy, Harry Bunn, Sam Byram, Matt Derbyshire.