Tottenham's Harry Kane was all smiles following his four-goal performance against Leicester City.
Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez has also been included, along with Everton's Romelu Lukaku, who now leads the league's scoring charts with 24 goals.
He is the second Tottenham player to win it twice in a season, joining Harry Kane, who completed the feat in the 2014-15.
You never say what's going to happen in the future, no-one knows, no-one can predict it.
His side were eventual champions Chelsea's only serious challengers for the past weeks just as they were Leicester's last season before a drastic loss of form in their final few games allowed Arsenal to push them into third on the last day of the season.
"We played fast, we pressed them, we made it hard for them and we created chances".
"It is how we are", the 45-year-old said.
Walker has been linked with a move to Manchester City, while Alli has emerged as a target for Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The Norway worldwide has been in fine form for Eddie Howe's side this season, drawing many potential suitors. Of course, with the arrival of Shakespeare as head coach, Lester played in a new way, and in those games where he could not score points, the game did not seem to lose at all. His first goal moved him past Cha Bum-Kun to become the highest-scoring South Korean player in a European season.
Mauricio Pochettino has promised he will be at Tottenham next season, saying he has no reason to leave the club.
It is also the last match to be played at White Hart Lane before the stadium is demolished to make way for the club's new 61,000-seater venue, which is due to be ready for the 2018-19 season. The players that maybe have offers we will decide to sell. We will decide at the end of the season with different players.
"It is exciting for us and it is a unique project here in England". And, let's be fair, no-one ever heard of Dele Alli two years ago and no-one ever heard of Kane two years ago.
Pochettino will hope to have him fully fit and back for pre-season training in July.
"What can we say? It's not for me to answer that".
Tottenham Hotspur's Terry Naylor (right) lets the ball go during a match against Wrexham at White Hart Lane (PA Images).
"I will enjoy my time here now".