We take a look at what the PFA thought and then give an alternative view.
The PFA awards took place on Sunday with Tottenham’s Gareth Bale scooping up the awards for Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year.
Bale of course was included in the Team of the Year, alongside the five other nominees from the top individual prize – Michael Carrick, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata, Luis Suarez and Robin Van Persie.
The final 11 from the PFA consists of four players from Premier League champions Manchester United, two from both Chelsea and Spurs and one from each of Everton, Liverpool and Manchester City.
For an alternative view here is the Fanatix 11 that we feel are equally as worthy of making it into a Premier League team of the year and could possibly knock a few of the PFA winners out of the starting XI.
Southampton boast the most players in our team with three, whilst League Cup winners Swansea have two and there is one spot for Arsenal, Aston Villa, Everton, Manchester City, Manchester United and Stoke.