We all know who was crowned the best player in each division following last week's Football League Awards but now we can reveal the other nine players who make up the top 10 in each league and which other young players have caught the eye so far.
As part of the voting, we sought the views of expert pundits, journalists and former players as to decide on the npower Players of the Year.
Each judge was given a list of players from each club, compiled from votes by fans on npower.com.
There were a lot of tough decisions to make with so many outstanding players, so see if you agree with our decision.
1. Adel Taarabt (Queens Park Rangers)
Taarabt has taken the division by storm this season with superb goals, great assists and inspirational skills. A creative playmaker who has proved the difference in many tight matches for QPR.
2. Scott Sinclair (Swansea City)
A tricky winger full of pace and goals. He has added consistency to his undoubted ability to become a star performer for the Swans since signing from Chelsea.
3. Grant Holt (Norwich City)
Holt was superb for Norwich last season and has continued his great form this, showing real quality to cope at this level. His striking instinct in and around the penalty area has been deadly.
4. Danny Graham (Watford)
Graham ended last season with four goals in the last two matches and he carried that form into this campaign, with eight goals in his first nine matches. He has been key to the Hornets this term.
5. Robert Snodgrass (Leeds United)
It's been an impressive season for Snodgrass who has made the step in level with ease. His goalscoring record might not be the best but his work rate and all round team play make him a vital cog.
6. Andy King (Leicester City)
King is another player who has made the stop up from League 1 with ease. He's scored plenty of goals with 15 to his name so far and has been fantastic in the Foxes engine room.
7. Lee Camp (Nottingham Forest)
Nottingham Forest have kept 12 clean sheets so far, down largely to the form of Lee Camp who has been an ever present. His form has also seen him called up to the Northern Ireland squad.
8. Jay Bothroyd (Cardiff City)
It's been a season to remember for Bothroyd who made his England debut in November after his 15 goals in the first three and a half months of the campaign impressed Fabio Capello.
9. Shane Long (Reading)
After a slow start for both Long and Reading things have improved dramatically with the Irishman on the scoresheet regularly propelling the Royals into the Play-Off shakeup.
10. Shaun Derry (Queens Park Rangers)
A driving presence in midfield, Derry has been marvellously consistent and a great leader. He has been a rock and central to QPR's success so far.
npower League 1
1. Craig Mackail-Smith (Peterborough United)
A non-stop worker with an instinctive finish, Mackail-Smith has scored goals by the bucketful for Posh to top the goalscoring charts in npower League 1.
2. Glenn Murray (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Languid in possession, but belying an intelligence which creates space for teammates. In front of goal he has been clinical helping the Seagulls to the top of the table.
3. Bradley Wright-Phillips (Charlton Athletic)
A shining light for Plymouth Argyle in the first half of the season and despite moving clubs Wright-Phillips has continued to score goals for Charlton.
4. Anthony Pilkington (Huddersfield Town)
An exciting winger who has scored important goals for Huddersfield.He was having an excellent season up until suffering a horrific injury in early March.
5. Elliott Bennett (Brighton & Hove Albion)
The first of two Brighton players named reflective of their excellent position. Bennett has been an ever present so far and as well as chipping in with goals he's been the creator too with 11 assists.
6. Adam El Abd (Brighton & Hove Albion)
El Abd has improved his timing of challenges and matured into a cool-headed defender who sets Brighton's passing tone with his distribution and has been key to their 18 clean sheets.
7. Ryan Harley (Exeter City)
Harley's early season performances, which saw him score 11 goals from midfield, earned him a January move to Swansea, although he has returned to St James Park on loan.
8. Marc Pugh (AFC Bournemouth)
A real driving force in the Cherries' midfield with a touch of quality that makes him a standout player. He has also made the step up in level look easy and he'll be hoping to make another one in May.
9. Adam Lallana (Southampton)
A real bright light this season for the Saints, as they battle to return to the Championship. The youngster has scored 10 himself as well as turning provider eight times for his team mates.
10. Jose Fonte (Southampton)
Another play to impress for Southampton, this time in the heart of defence, helping them to 15 clean sheets so far. He's also chipped in with some vital goals for the Saints.
npower League 2
1. Ryan Lowe (Bury)
Success hasn't come easy for Lowe, who was a late starter in the game but now he's making up for lost time. He has scored goals consistently for Bury including 10 goals in nine consecutive matches.
2. Adam Le Fondre (Rotherham United)
A guaranteed goal machine at this level, Le Fondre has been a constant menace to opposing defences - even when they know what is coming - scoring goals from all angles this season.
3. Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers)
Both an example to all the young players in the game and an inspiration to every ageing player, Ainsworth's enthusiasm is infectious.A player of real quality, he still knows how to score important goals.
4. Craig Davies (Chesterfield)
After an inauspicious to his Chesterfield career he's been vital to their success since, scoring 22 goals in 37 appearances to help the Spireites to the top of the league.
5. Cody McDonald (Gillingham)
McDonald is a great finisher with a great attitude and his goals have helped Gillingham go on a great run from the relegation places all the way to the Play-Off spots.
6. Ashley Grimes (Lincoln City)
Grimes has been a huge success after signing on loan from Millwall, scoring 17 goals in 25 games to date, helping the Imps surge up the table after a difficult start to the season.
7. Tommy Lee (Chesterfield)
Success is built on a solid defence and the former Macclesfield Town goalkeeper has kept 12 clean sheets so far to help Chesterfield head towards promotion.
8. Marc Richards (Port Vale)
After scoring 22 goals last season Richards has carried on where he left off this season, with 18 so far, including braces against Macclesfield Town, Stockport County and Shrewsbury Town.
9. Danny Whitaker (Chesterfield)
Whitaker has been a great addition since signing from Oldham in the summer. As well as scoring 13 goals of his own including a hat-trick against Hereford the midfielder has eight assists to his name.
10. Nikki Bull (Wycombe Wanderers)
Bull signed from Brentford in the summer and has played every game so far this season. The former Queens Park Rangers keeper has been key to the Chairboys success with 12 cleans sheets so far.
The Football League Young Player of the Year
Players eligible for The Football League's Young Player of the Year are those aged under 21 at the start of the season:
1. Connor Wickham (Ipswich Town)
Doing so much more than just playing. His goals and play, either upfront or on the wing have been pivotal to the turnaround in fortunes Ipswich have seen recently.
2. Will Buckley (Watford)
Signed from Rochdale in January 2010 and made the transition to championship football look easy. He has a creative presence that is difficult to mark as he reads the game so well.
3. Henri Lansbury (Norwich City)
On loan but you wouldn't know it - has applied himself fantastically in a range of roles for the Canaries helping them into second place in the table.
4. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Southampton)
Another star at St Mary's this season; the youngster has been attracting all the scouts after bursting onto the scene. He has an eye for goal as well as being the provider on several occasions.
5. Dale Jennings (Tranmere Rovers)
Wonderful vision and instincts, a terrific reader of the game, summed up by a couple of superb goals this season.
6. James Henry (Millwall)
Establishing yourself as a midfield playmaker at a young age is one of the hardest tasks in the game but he has done it admirably.
7. Marvin Sordell (Watford)
After enjoying a loan spell at Tranmere Rovers he returned to Watford and scored on the last day of last season. His pace and power has seen him push on this season and he's scored 13 goals so far.
8. Joel Ward (Portsmouth)
Unsung hero but has done a man's job in difficult circumstances. The 21-year-old made just four appearances for Portsmouth before this season, where he has been a regular at the back.
9. Craig Dawson (Rochdale)
It's been a good couple of years for Dawson who impressed enough last season to earn a summer move to WBA. He's back at Spotland on loan and has carried on where he left on - winning rave reviews.
10. Alex Smithies (Huddersfield Town)
Alex has earned a lot of plaudits since he broke into the first team a few seasons ago. His success has seen him earn international recognition and deservedly so.