LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 23: Robin van Persie of Arsenal celebrates scoring their second goal during the UEFA Champions League Group F match between Arsenal FC and Borussia Dortmund at Emirates Stadium on November 23, 2011 in London, England.
Joe Hart, GK, Manchester City
The England goalkeeper was selected between the posts to represent the PFA's Premier League Team of the Year. Boasting the lowest goals against average (0.79) in the Premier League, the 25-year-old leads all goalkeepers with 14 shutouts this season.
Kyle Walker, RB, Tottenham
"It is always an honour to be selected by the people you play against and, like I say, hopefully I can get a few more of these and some medals with Tottenham along the way.''
Vincent Kompany, CB, Manchester City
"Great honour to be in the #PFATeamOfTheYear alongside Hartie, Yaya and David. MCFC teammates have been brilliant and it's thanks to them." -@VincentKompany
Fabricio Coloccini, CB, Newcastle United
The 30-year-old Argentine defender has helped shape Newcastle's resurgence this season, while carrying the responsibility of holding one of the stingiest defenses in the Premier League. Considered by many as of one the most reliable and strongest central defenders in the English game, Coloccini's the only Newcastle player named in the PFA's list.
Leighton Baines, LB, Everton
Baines' impressive season at Goodison Park has scouts on notice, as Premier League giants Manchester United have inquired about the 27-year-old's services next season. Baines has made six apperances for the England national team, and remains a strong candidate to represent the Three Lions at Euro 2012.
David Silva, M, Manchester City
The Spanish international carried Manchester City during the first half of the season, joining fellow teammates Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany and Yaya Toure on the list. The former Valencia midfielder is set to represent Spain at the European championships this summer.
Yaya Toure, M, Manchester City
Toure has enjoyed an impressive campaign at Eastlands, and is arguably Manchester City's most influential player this season. The reigning African Footballer of the Year, the giant Ivorian helps generate City's attack.
Gareth Bale, M, Tottenham
The ex-PFA Player of the Year, Bale's efforts have been recognized by his peers. TheTottenham winger continues to torment opposing Premier League defenses, and is considered to be one of the hottest transfer targets this summer.
Scott Parker, M, Tottenham
Parker's form at White Hart Lane this season has allowed the former West Ham standout to earn an important role in the England national team. The 31-year-old is now seen as the top candidate to take England's armband come Euro 2012.
Robin van Persie, F, Arsenal
Named the PFA Players' Player of the Year, the Holland international has scored 27 Premier League goals this season for the Gunners. "If other people are saying it, it is special, but it is even more special if your opponents are saying it,'' van Persie said. "It is very special because you are playing against them week in week out and every single player does everything to win and in the end if they make up their minds that I'm the best player it is a big honor.''
Wayne Rooney, F, Manchester United
Considered by many as one of the best footballers on the planet, Rooney's selection to the PFA's list comes at no surprise. The 26-year-old will look to add to silverware, as Manchester United looks to win an unprecedented 20th Premier League title this season.