CM – Declan Rice (West Ham)
An absolute beast in defensive midfield, Declan Rice has been a phenomenon for West Ham this term and the club will now surely struggle to keep hold of him.
The 20-year-old has already been linked with Manchester United for around £50million by the Irish Independent, and it would be no surprise if he went on to fill various team of the season line ups for many years to come.
CM – James Maddison (Leicester City)
Another hugely promising young English talent, James Maddison has made a great impact in his first season in the Premier League.
A relatively low-key summer signing for Leicester from Norwich, the 22-year-old has notched up seven goals and six assists, showing superb technique and intelligence in his play that will surely make him an England regular soon, and most likely also get him a move to one of the big six in the not too distant future.
FW – Son Heung-min (Tottenham)
How on earth did Son Heung-min miss out on a place in the official team of the season? Tottenham’s star attacker has been a joy to watch this season, scoring quality goals and important ones to boot.
Not so long ago the South Korean was being talked about as a potential winner of the PFA Player of the Year prize, and we think there’s a strong argument he should at the very least be in the team of the season ahead of Sadio Mane.
FW – Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
Another bizarre omission from the PFA XI, Eden Hazard has quite possibly had his best season in a Chelsea shirt, but has presumably missed out due to the under-performance of the rest of this Blues squad.
The Belgium international may not be around for much longer as he heads towards the final year of his contract and attracts regular links with Real Madrid, but he’s been a joy to watch this year and we’ve put him in our team as a sign of appreciation.
FW – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal)
A lethal striker doing a lot without much quality service, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could still win the Golden Boot this season, with the Arsenal striker just a goal behind Sergio Aguero and Mohamed Salah in the running.
Doing that in this pretty dreadful Arsenal team is hugely impressive from the Gabon international, who would surely be running away with the top scorer prize were he playing in a better team.