5. Jacob Ramsey (Aston Villa)
Last season, Jacob Ramsey was one of the few players who impressed for the club.
Playing as an attacking midfielder, Ramsey can also play in many positions due to his versatility.
During the 2021-22 campaign, he hit the back of the net six times and provided one assist in 34 matches.
Overall, he played 2463′ minutes of football in the Premier League and scored a goal and an assist in a Aston Villa game against Manchester United.
4. Anthony Gordon (Everton FC)
Due to his determination and workrate, Anthony Gordon was spectacular for Everton last season.
He had an excellent performances on a consistent basis and was pivotal in helping the Merseyside outfit avoid relegation.
In 34 matches in the Premiership, Gordon provided two assists and scored four goals.
3. Gabrielle Martinelli (Arsenal FC)
While Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League, youngsters like Gabrielle Martinel was impressive for the Gunners.
The Brazil International bagged six goals and six assists in 29 matches.
Despite a disappointing campaign, supporters of the club will have a lot to look forward to with players like Martinelli Mikel in the team.
2. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal FC)
Due to an excellent season, Bukayo Saka was nominated for the Premier League Young Player of the Season and Player of the Season.
During the season, the Englishman established himself as one of the most promising players. Saka was one of the most reliable players for the Gunners in the attacking third.
He bagged 11 goals and provided seven assists in 38 matches for the North London side.
1. Phil Foden (Manchester City)
Despite playing alongside quality players at the Etihad, Foden outshined many of his teammates.
The Englishman was a deserving recipient of the Young Player of the Season award at the end of the 2021-22 season.
In 29 matches in the Premier League, Foden hit the back of the net nine times and added five assists.
The past season also saw his market value reach new heights.