Firstly today, Joe Harrison provides an angle on one of the few from the list to have commanded a significant transfer fee since appearing in the vote.
Two hot-shot strikers are up next, and firstly I review a prolific Championship goal-getter before moving onto a player desperate for an injury-free season to prove his true value.
Nicky Maynard: Top 25 review from 2011
A summer move back West, a little further along the M4 to ambitious Cardiff City, seemed to offer Maynard another chance at playing in a successful Championship campaign. However, whilst the club's campaign has thundered on relentlessly, Maynard's own participation has been minimal. Three, albeit impressive, games into his career for the Welsh side, an all-too-familiar damaged knee ligament prognosis has left this talented marksman sitting on the treatment table whilst his new colleagues lead him into the promised land.
Time will soon tell if Maynard can take his chance in the top flight, assuming Cardiff don't demonstrate an exaggerated version of their annual springtime collapse, and also on the proviso that his unfortunate proneness to long term knee injuries doesn't become career threatening.
And finally for this penultimate part of the review, John Verrall reviews another of London Road's shining lights.
Ferguson has always stated that he feels McCann plays best when he is deployed in a midfield three, but he is now being used in central midfield duo at London Road and has still shown he has the fitness and physical levels to continue playing Championship football, with a late winner against Leicester City in his most recent game.
Read Part 2 of 'The Best 25 Players in the Championship; One Year On'
Read Part 3 of 'The Best 25 Players in the Championship; One Year On'