The PFA Team of the Year was announced on Sunday night and as usual there are a few big names that were left out.
Today, the Fan Park takes a look at five players that we feel should have made the PFA Team of the Year.
Cesc Fabregas – Chelsea
The Spaniard seems to have gotten pipped by Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho and it's hard to understand how this could have happened. The Spaniard has been superb in his first season back in the Premier League, contributing three goals and 16 assists in the league - which has basically helped guide Chelsea to the title.
Sergio Aguero – Manchester City
Currently the top scorer in the Premier League, Sergio Aguero seems to have been snubbed for his team’s poor performances overall, though he has been in lethal form in front of goal with 21 strikes to his name so far.
Cesar Azpilicueta – Chelsea
Having changed positions at the start of this season, Azpilicueta has been nothing short of brilliant. He has kept big money signing Filipe Luis out of the Blues' starting line-up for the most of the season and has been rock solid on the left.
Nathaniel Clyne – Southampton
Clyne has shown some great attacking quality for Southampton this season and has arguably been the best English right-back in the league. His efforts have put his name him on the transfer lists of many big clubs.
Jose Fonte – Southampton
Many thought Southampton would struggle at the start of this season, as they sold two defenders, three midfielders and two attackers. Instead, Fonte discovered some excellent form and has helped the Saints push for Champions League football.
Who else do you believe deserves a place in the PFA Team of the Year?