8- Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea)
The way the former Barcelona began his first season back in England left scores of Arsenal fans scratching their heads as to why their club did not make more of an effort to bring him back to the Emirates. He has only found the back of the net on three occasions, but managed an astonishing 18 assists. His passing has been as good as you would expect for someone that learned their trade with two of the best possession-based sides in the world. And while he arguably tailed off a little as the season went on, he still produced moments of magic that helped the Blues clinch their fourth Premier League title.
7- Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)
Without Harry Kane it would be safe to say that Tottenham would have had a much more difficult season. His performances in the Europa League, as well as the odd substitute appearance in the top flight, eventually persuaded Mauricio Pochettino to give him his chance. The 21-year-old then managed 21 goals despite only holding down a place for three-quarters of the season. His biggest challenge will be to reproduce that form next year, now it is expected of him.