The best of the rest.
An XI made up of players NOT selected by the PFA.
Goalkeeper: Asmir Begovic (Stoke City)
Stoke City may well have been down near the foot of the table for portions of the season but that hasn’t stopped the Bosnian from collecting 12 clean sheets.
Left-Back: Luke Shaw (Southampton)
Youngster has displayed excellent form this term and it’s no surprise that some of the Premier League’s ‘Big Boys’ are keeping a close eye on the full-back.
Centre-Back: Jonny Evans (Man United)
Arguably the most solid of Sir Alex Ferguson’s central defensive options this term, should perhaps have got the nod in the PFA XI but gets a spot in ours.
Centre-Back: Matija Nastasic (Man City)
Serbian youngster has impressed since arriving at the Etihad Stadium this summer, keeping Joleon Lescott out of the first team.
Right-Back: Rafael (Man United)
Brazilian has been in superb form this term, maturing into a more complete package and making the right-back spot in the Man United starting eleven his own.
Central-Midfield: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
Veteran midfielder has shown a real return to form this term becoming one of the Premier League’s leading assist makers this term.
Central-Midfield: Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
Since the arrival of Rafa Benitez the England man has shown a real spark, is Chelsea’s top Premier League goal-scorer.
Attacking Midfield: Santi Cazorla (Arsenal)
Spaniard has had an eventful first season in the Premier League, scoring a dozen goals and providing seven assists for the Gunners.
Supporting Striker: Michu (Swansea City)
Undoubtedly the bargain buy of the season the £1.9m signing has cracked in 17 Premier League goals and helped his side to a Capital One Cup triumph to boot.
Striker: Christian Benteke (Aston Villa)
Without the Belgian’s goals it’s safe to say that Paul Lambert’s side would’ve been relegated a long time ago.
Striker: Romelu Lukaku (West Brom)
Loaned out Chelsea man has been in superb form at the Baggies, netting 14 goals for West Brom.