Five clubs are represented in the best team of the season.
The 2014 PFA Team of the Year has been announced with places for stars from Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City and Southampton.
The Blues and the Reds have the most representatives with three apiece, whilst there is two from each of the Saints and City and a single member for the Toffees.
Goalkeeper Petr Cech, centre-back Gary Cahill and midfielder Eden Hazard make up those from Stamford Bridge, with the latter also up for the big prize – the PFA Player of the Year.
For the Merseysiders their captain Steven Gerrard and striking duo Daniel Sturridhge and Luis Suarez are included for their table topping form – and all three are nominated for Player of the Year
From St Mary’s young left-back Luke Shaw and their own skipper Adam Lallana are included, with the latter among the Player of the Year nominees.
Citizens midfielder Yaya Toure makes up the six-man shortlist for the big award and is joined in the Team of the Year by Vincent Kompany.
Finally the right-back position goes to Seamus Coleman, who is the sole player included from Roberto Martinez’s impressive team.