EFL team of the season: Chris Wood, Anthony Knockaert and Billy Sharp included
Last Updated: 11/04/17 10:35am
The EFL has revealed its 2016/17 Team of the Season, with Newcastle, Brighton, Leeds and Sheffield United players among those to be honoured in a select XI from across the three leagues.
David Stockdale and Anthony Knockaert - also named the Championship Player of the Season at Sunday's EFL Awards in London - make the cut for leaders Brighton, while Leeds also boast two players in Pontus Jansson and Chris Wood, but Dwight Gayle is the lone pick from Rafa Benitez's Newcastle.
Huddersfield's Aaron Mooy is included but five players come from Leagues One and Two, Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp capping a memorable weekend that saw his team-mates seal promotion with a place in the overall XI, as well as the third tier's individual prize.
An EFL Awards judging panel made the selection - with promoted Doncaster boss Darren Ferguson handed the reins - but do you agree? Read on for the picks and then tell us what you think...
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Goalkeeper: David Stockdale, Brighton & Hove Albion
David Stockdale continues to show why he is one of the best goalkeepers in not just the Championship but the Sky Bet EFL as a whole with Brighton edging ever closer to automatic promotion to the Premier League.
The Seagulls stopper has been a tour de force in between the sticks, playing in all but one of Brighton's league games this season and keeping the most clean sheets (19) in the Championship.
Right-back: Conor McLaughlin, Fleetwood Town
It has been another solid campaign for Northern Ireland international Conor McLaughlin.
After just escaping relegation last season, Fleetwood have completely turned their fortunes around and are currently third in the League One table with McLaughlin set to be an important figure for the upcoming play-off fixtures.
Centre-back: Pontus Jansson, Leeds United
It has been a fantastic introduction to English football for Pontus Jansson, who initially moved to Leeds on a loan deal from Torino. His solid defensive performances have helped catapult the Whites into the play-off spots.
The Sweden international signed a permanent three-year deal for £3.5m in February, and will no doubt be a key figure in the rest of Leeds' season and beyond.
Centre-back: Sonny Bradley, Plymouth Argyle
After play-off heartbreak last season, Plymouth are edging closer to an automatic return to League One, with Sonny Bradley one of their key summer signings to help get them over the line.
He has helped his side keep 14 clean sheets this season - the second highest in the league - and has also contributed with goals, netting seven times in 40 appearances.
Left-back: Enda Stevens, Portsmouth
The side currently beating Plymouth in the clean sheet stakes are Portsmouth whose left-back Enda Stevens has contributed to Pompey's 18 shut-outs in League Two this term.
The former Aston Villa defender has helped his side into third place with plenty still to play for in the remainder of the season, and will no doubt be a key player with a play-off campaign on the horizon.
Midfielder: Anthony Knockaert, Brighton & Hove Albion
Anthony Knockaert has been one of the key driving forces behind Brighton's successes this season and he joins his team-mate Stockdale in the EFL's select XI.
Knockaert has 13 goals and nine assists to his name - the most of any player at the club this term - but it his skill, pace and desire on the field that has made him shine.
Midfielder: Aaron Mooy, Huddersfield Town
It has been a breakout season for Man City loanee Aaron Mooy, who has proved to be one of the Championship's most versatile players while helping Huddersfield into the play-off berths.
Terriers boss David Wagner has called Mooy 'an extra class number eight and a good number ten as well' while Pep Guardiola is expected to assess the player's progress this summer with an eye for him in the Premier League side's squad.
Midfielder: Josh Morris, Scunthorpe United
Perhaps one of the best free transfers in League One, Josh Morris joined Scunthorpe in the summer and has been one of the Iron's star men as they look set for a play-off campaign.
He is the third highest scorer in the league this term, netting 19 times in 40 games and is also in third place in League One for assists, doing so 13 times so far.
Forward: Chris Wood, Leeds United
Chris Wood is currently the Championship's top scorer, netting 24 goals in 38 league appearances for Leeds this term. It's no surprise he is included in the EFL team of the season.
After some journeyman years around the English leagues, the New Zealand striker has truly found his feet at Elland Road where supporters will hope there is plenty more to come from him as the Whites look towards a play-off push.
Forward: Billy Sharp, Sheffield United
It has been a near-fairytale season for Sheffield United captain Billy Sharp, currently League One's leading scorer by four goals.
He has netted 26 times in 42 league appearances, has featured in every game for the Blades this season and is already assured of being a Championship player next term with his boyhood club.
Forward: Dwight Gayle, Newcastle United
Just two goals behind Wood in the Championship top scorer stakes, Dwight Gayle has been a revelation for Newcastle since his summer move from Crystal Palace.
His 22 goals in 30 league appearances means he averages a goal every 96 minutes for Rafa Benitez's men, making him one of the Championship's most prolific marksmen this term.
Manager: Darren Ferguson, Doncaster Rovers
After a disappointing 2015/16 campaign than ended in relegation, Darren Ferguson has turned his squad into promotion winners, sealing the deal with a victory over Mansfield on Saturday.
He has amassed a side packed full of talent - including League Two's highest goalscorer in John Marquis - and will no doubt be targeting winning the League Two title over the remaining games of the season.
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