Friday 17 April 2020 09:36, UK
Leicester City ace Riyad Mahrez has won the 2015/16 Sky Sports Power Rankings.
We've been tracking every player that's made an appearance in the Premier League this season and awarded them points for 32 different stats - from tackles to goals.
Mahrez - a key figure in Leicester's stunning Premier League title triumph - collected 96,386 points, making him a clear winner.
The PFA Player of the Year and PFA Fans' Player of the Year scored 17 goals and assisted 11 to help the Foxes win their first-ever top-flight title.
Mahrez's team-mate Jamie Vardy finished runner-up, having held the No 2 spot for the majority of the season. Premier League top-scorer Harry Kane had overtaken Vardy after the 29-year-old sat out two matches through suspension, but Tottenham's end-of-season collapse saw Kane drop to No 3.
Leicester kept 15 clean sheets this season, and their defenders Christian Fuchs (No 4) and Robert Huth (No 9) feature prominently in the standings.
Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli slipped to No 11 after missing the end of the season through suspension, but defender Toby Alderweireld (No 7) and Christian Eriksen (No 8) finished in the top 10.
Three Arsenal players made the top 10, with Laurent Koscielney at No 5, Mesut Ozil at No 6 and Alexis Sanchez at No 10, after the Chile forward rediscovered his early-season form to help the Gunners finish as Premier League runners-up ahead of rivals Tottenham.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero only started 29 league games this season but still managed to finish at No 14 after scoring 24 goals, while his team-mate Yaya Toure took position No 37.
Only three Manchester United players made the top 50, with defender Chris Smalling at No 26, Anthony Martial at No 34 and Daley Blind at No 42. Liverpool also only managed to register three players: Roberto Firmino (No 39), James Milner (No 44) and Alberto Moreno (No 45).
Last season's champions Chelsea had even fewer players in the top 50, with only Cesc Fabregas (No 43) and Cesar Azpilicueta (No 48) making the chart.