While Leicester City quite rightly dominated the headlines, the competitive nature of the Premier League meant other clubs wrote their own inspiring stories, by also claiming their highest League finishes of all time.

Leicester v Stoke City
We’ve got a top-class manager and a chairman who backs him. We’ll carry on recruiting top players and carry on improving.”
Ryan Shawcross, Stoke City defender
For me, it’s important to assess our season and how we can compare with us not how we compare with another team. If we finish in the top four it’s a success because we will have improved on last season.”
Mauricio Pochettino, Spurs manager
Bournemouth v Spurs
As we know in this League, nobody gives you anything – you’ve got to earn it.”
Eddie Howe, Bournemouth manager
Watford v Bournemouth
Now it is a case of having the confidence to do it in the Premier League without crossing over to arrogance. That will be the big thing.”
Troy Deeney, Watford striker
We kept believing and working hard and to finish one position ahead of last year, we should take a lot of positives from that.”
José Fonte, Southampton defender