The Premier League teams massively underachieved in the UEFA Champions League last season. Arsenal and Manchester United made it to the last 16, Chelsea dropped into the Europa League following a group stage exit and Manchester City crashed out without a single win.
This season, the same four clubs will be competing in the tournament representing the league, with three of the clubs changing their managers.
Jose Mourinho returned to Stamford Bridge, Manuel Pellegrini took over at Manchester City and David Moyes stepped into Alex Ferguson's massive boots to take over at Manchester United. Moyes becomes only the second Manchester United manager to manage in the European Cup in the Champions League era.
Arsenal continue to be guided by Arsene Wenger, and despite a failure to win the trophy, they will again be part of the Champions League fold.
The increase in TV money, as well as lucrative sponsorship deals for some of the clubs, means that they will strengthen over the summer and will be looking to improve on the showings of the previous season.
Can Mourinho repeat Chelsea's 2012 success? Will Pellegrini improve on City's European showings? Will Moyes hit the ground running in his Manchester United debut? Can Arsene Wenger finally tick the Champions League off his list?
Hopefully, this list will shed some light on the Premier League hopefuls!