15. Ryan Shawcross, Stoke City
Something interesting appears to be happening at the Britannia Stadium currently under manager Mark Hughes, but Shawcross still harks back to the old fashioned physical style of the Potteries.
14. Ashley Williams, Swansea City
For some bizarre season for a short period this Wales international was hailed as one of the best central defenders in the league, but in all honesty he and the Swans are likely to struggle over the next 12 months.
13. Chris Brunt, West Bromwich Albion
A decent enough midfielder and someone who is particularly strong from set pieces, but under new boss Alan Irvine the Baggies could well be staring at a relegation battle.
12. Jose Fonte, Southampton
Following the £25m sale of previous skipper Adam Lallana this Portuguese ace has taken on the armband, but with his defensive partner Dejan Lovren having also left for Anfield the fragility at the back could well return.
11. Fabricio Coloccini, Newcastle United
Is one of the longest serving members of the current Magpies squad now and has been through good and bad times with the club and is an adequate centre-back.