This years team had four representatives from Champions' Charlton Athletic as well as three from Sheffield United and two from both Huddersfield and Milton Keynes Dons.
So here is the PFA NPower League One Team of the Year:
Position : Goalkeeper
Ben Hamer (Charlton)
His first season at the club has been a successful one for the 24-year-old. He is unbeaten in 33 of his 38 League One games for the club as Charlton stormed to the top of the league to return to the Championship as league winners.
Jack Hunt (Huddersfield)
The 21-year-old enjoyed a solid loan spell at Chesterfield for the first half of the season and returned to Huddersfield as first choice right-back. Both Lee Clark and Simon Grayson have seen potential in the defender as both an attacking and defensive full-back.
Michael Morrison (Charlton)
Signed by The Addicks from Sheffield Wednesday during the summer. Morrison has experienced promotion from this league having done so with Leicester in 2009. He has been an ever present at the centre of Charlton's defence and helped his side pick up 20 clean sheets on the way to promotion success.
Harry Maguire (Sheffield United)
Homegrown defender who at just 19-years-old has already made an impression in the starting XI at Bramall Lane. He has notched up 41 league appearances in his first full season and has already attracted some interest from Premier League clubs.
Rhoys Wiggins (Charlton)
Another new signing at Charlton, having signed from Bournemouth in the summer. He has linked up well with Johnnie Jackson down the left and has provided seven assists for his team mates this season.
Johnnie Jackson (Charlton)
Charlton's influential captain has been the vital component in their promotion-winning team this season. A hard-working midfielder, who has provided a number of inspirational moments for his team this season. His goal tally stands at 12, while he has also provided seven assists.
Stephen Quinn (Sheffield United)
The Irishman made his debut for the club in 2005 and this season has created 14 assists for his team mates this season, scoring 4 times himself. Having been a part of United's relegated side last season, he has bounced back with an impressive campaign for The Blades.
Stephen Gleeson (MK Dons)
The Republic of Ireland international has been key at the heart of the Dons' midfield. The 23-year-old has matured into an impressive play maker with five goals and five assists and has been described as 'Rolls Royce' quality by manager Karl Robinson.
Darren Potter (MK Dons)
Alongside Gleeson is Darren Potter. Potter signed from Sheffield Wednesday in June on a 12-month deal and has since forged a place in the Dons' XI, with a string of fine performances. he recently put pen-to-paper on a new two-year deal as a reward for his fine form.
Jordan Rhodes (Huddersfield)
The goal-machine of League One has hit a remarkable 35 goals in 38 games for The Terriers so far this season and at just 22-years-old, he has a long list of admirers from the Premier League. His highlight of the season was scoring five times at Wycombe and 12 goals in just 20 days.
Ched Evans (Sheffield United)
The Welsh forward scored 29 goals for United, but his season ended after being convicted of rape on Friday and sentenced to five years in prison.