Take a look at the official side selected below as Phil Hay takes you though it player by player...
Its a very, very close call between Wilder, Marcelo Bielsa and Daniel Farke and there are valid arguments for all three of them. Wilder gets the nod from the EFL.
A goalkeeper who is good enough to play in the Premier League. Sixteen clean sheets and 31 goals conceded made him a shoe-in.
Only 19 but an easy pick as the best right-back in the division. Quick, direct and key to Norwichs tactics. A big future ahead of him.
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Club captain at Elland Road and one of the players who has improved and adapted most under Marcelo Bielsa. Among the first names on Bielsas teamsheet.
Left-back was a hotter category last season but Lewis, like Max Aarons, have given Norwich the balance they need to attack quickly and freely.
Wigan are in trouble near the bottom of the league but James, a loanee from Chelsea, has made waves in the Championship. His pace and his ability out wide suggests he might make some at Stamford Bridge too.
Only three midfielders are in the EFLs line-up, to allow for three 20-goal strikers, but Norwood is one of them. He has been part of a very successful engine room at Bramall Lane.
Arguably Marcelo Bielsas biggest success story and a player who has been the pivot in the middle of Uniteds team. Had to be included.
Caused Leeds big problems at Elland Road in December and has done damage to numerous others teams too. His goal tally stands at 21.
A powerful, aggressive forward with good touch and a quality finish on him. Shades of Troy Deeney about the way he plays.
Turned 33 in February but keeps on scoring and has 23 goals so far. The Blades will owe him a big debt if they win promotion this season.
The best signing of any club in the league. A free transfer who did very little at Celtic when he was last in the UK but has led Norwich towards the title.