1. Tottenham, 2016-17
In their final season at White Hart Lane, Spurs were unstoppable at home. Only Liverpool and Leicester left with a point as teams were blown away by Spurs' impressive attacking play.
The final FA Cup tie at the Lane brought a 6-0 win over Millwall while their final two Premier League games brought stirring wins over Arsenal and Man United.
If Spurs can replicate that form at Wembley next season they will be title contenders again but we all know about Spurs' recent record at Wembley.
2. Chelsea, 2014-15
Jose Mourinho's second spell in charge of Chelsea brought a 4th Premier League title to Stamford Bridge as the Blues finished eight points clear of Manchester City.
They would only drop four points at home all season and were able to secure the title at home with a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Mourinho's men also won the League Cup with an extra time win at home to Liverpool in the semi-final before heading to Wembley to defeat Tottenham 2-0 in the final.
The only blot on Chelsea's copybook was the shock 4-2 FA Cup defeat at home to Bradford City.
3. Manchester City, 2011-12
The most extraordinary finish to a Premier League season ever, handed Manchester City their first title in the top-flight since 1968 and secured them an unbeaten season at the Etihad.
A 4-0 win on the opening weekend of the season against Swansea rather set the tone for a thrilling season for City supporters who saw their team find the net 93 times.
Their solitary home defeat in all competitions was against their city rivals United in the FA Cup but City took revenge in a pulsating league meeting which swung the title race in their favour.
That was before the amazing final day which saw City do their best to throw the title away before Sergio Aguero's moment of history.
4. Manchester United, 2010-11
A memorable season for Manchester United saw them win their 19th top-flight title, overtaking their great rivals Liverpool.
It was also a memorable season at Old Trafford for Dimitar Berbatov who hit three hat-tricks at home, including five in one game as United thrashed Blackburn 7-1.
The season was also notable for Wayne Rooney's stunning overhead kick against Manchester City as United cruised to the title finishing nine points clear of Chelsea.
They would also enjoy a run to the Champions League Final which included a 4-1 semi final second leg win over Schalke.
5. Arsenal, 2003-04
Arguably the greatest team to ever grace the Premier League. Arsenal not only completed an unbeaten season at Highbury but went the entire 38 game season without losing.
The unbeaten run would eventually end at 49 games the following season. The Gunners were imperious at Highbury, only Portsmouth, Fulham and Manchester United left with a point.
Thierry Henry was at his brilliant best scoring 30 league goals, including four in one match at home to Leeds which all but sealed the title.
The final game of the season was a 2-1 win over Leicester CIty which saw skipper Patrick Vieira score the winning goal.