With the season finally over and everything decided (domestically), the time has come for the flops of the season to be chosen.
There will no doubt be multiple articles like this, suggesting who the most disappointing players were and which players should be listed in the team of the season, but here is just one take on the matter.
With a number of huge transfer fees going on throughout the season too, there were bound to be one or two flops and you'll find the 15 most disappointing players of the past Premier League season right here.
Perhaps it's unfair to say since he hadn't had a long run of games at Chelsea before signing for Liverpool, but when he was snapped up on a free transfer by the Merseyside club, many fans were truly excited.
After a short while though, that excitement subsided and was replaced by disbelief as Cole failed to make any impact at Anfield.
Club: Tottenham Hotspur (On loan at West Ham for five months)
For the first half of the season, Keane was once again sitting on the bench much of the time for Tottenham, rarely scoring any goals.
West Ham decided to take the striker on loan in January based on his past pedigree, but once again, Keane was left behind other less experienced strikers on the bench as his form hit rock bottom.
£50 million is always going to be a big fee to live up to but it would be safe for a club to still expect at least a few goals.
Instead, after having a poor start to the season at Liverpool, the spark that reignited his career at Chelsea turned out to be little more than a dying ember of a flame.
Club: Liverpool (on loan at Nottingham Forest for five months)
Position: Left Back
Most people will have forgotten that he even played in the Premier League this year, let alone for Liverpool.
Konchesky signed for Liverpool for a small fee last summer after putting in a number of solid performances last season. After just a few games, he was demoted to the bench and eventually loaned out to a Championship team in January.
Club: Manchester City
Luckily for him, he was largely overshadowed by Fernando Torres for the last six months as much of the abuse was directed away from Dzeko.
Still, for a fee of around £27 million a goal return of more than just two in 15 league appearances would have been expected. He may still have settled in now for next season though.
Position: Defensive Midfielder
Expected to shore up a very shaky Liverpool defence with his cool head and past experience, but instead, Poulsen practically summed up the Roy Hodgson era at Anfield.
Some poor performances, during which time he was at fault for multiple goals, cost him a place in the starting XI and he's never really returned to form since.
Club: Unattached (Spent most of the season with West Ham United)
Nationality: South African
The fact that he's now unattached after spending most of the season with a relegated club pretty much says it all.
After many questions about his weight problems and form, McCarthy failed to prove his critics wrong and instead went out of the Premier League with barely a whimper.
Arsenal and their goalkeepers could be turned into a book series longer than Harry Potter by now. The Gunners finally thought they'd found a strong keeper in Szczesny, as the youngster was regularly picked ahead of the flailing Spaniard.
After Szczesny was injured, the club bought in 41-year-old Jens Lehmann as another keeper alongside the very disappointing Almunia.
Club: Tottenham Hotspur
A bit of a tough one to explain, given that it was his goals that helped Tottenham enormously through the Champions League and internationally, his scoring record continued.
In the league, however, Crouch failed to hit the target on too many occasions with his only highlights being link-ups with Rafael van der Vaart.
Position: Full Back
He was expected by Fulham to be a solid left back who could get forward just as easily as defend well.
Instead, Salcido failed to live up to expectations and while he put in a few average performances, he was largely disappointing given his past experience.
Club: Manchester United
Maybe a controversial one to include, but if you compare Wayne Rooney's season to the previous year, then it becomes far more understandable.
By his standards, Rooney had a shocking year; and although he had a good run of form towards the end of the season, his contract saga pretty much sums up a dire year for the top-class striker.
Club: Tottenham Hotspur
Usually, goalkeeping is the part of the game that Spurs fans can sit back and actually laugh at Arsenal for. This season they had worries of their own, however.
Although Gomes made a number of remarkable reflex saves again this season, his mistakes overshadowed all of his strong performances and ultimately, could have cost him a starting place at the club next season.
Club: Aston Villa (On loan at Newcastle for two matches)
Perhaps one of the most disappointing of all, Stephen Ireland was for a long time seen as Manchester City's next big thing in midfield.
Even when the money started flying around Eastlands, Ireland worked hard to keep his place. Eventually though, he moved on and his career has plummeted since.
Club: Newcastle United
Position: Right Back
So he has very little experience in the Premier League, which may come as a slight excuse for his performances, but Newcastle fans were still expecting far better of the defender.
In his first few months at Newcastle, Perch received numerous suspensions, many fouls called against him and eventually dropped to the bench.
Club: Manchester City (Spent five months on loan at West Ham United)
Position: Left Back
When he retired from international football, many England fans were concerned as to who would play backup to Ashley Cole in the left back position. Those fears were soon put aside, however, after just a few performances over the new season.
West Ham loaned him in January, expecting him to solidify a poor defence, and instead, he ended up contributing to the poor defence with far too many mistakes of his own.