Six members of the Burnley squad have been named in FourFourTwo’s Top 50 players in the EFL.

It has been a special season at Turf Moor, with Vincent Kompany’s side already securing their promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.

The Clarets currently have a 14-point cushion at the top of the Championship table following Monday night’s 2-0 win against second-place Sheffield United.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson bagged a brace against the Blades, who played more than 70 minutes with 10 men after goalkeeper Wes Foderingham was shown a straight red card for bringing down Nathan Tella.

Josh Brownhill is the highest Burnley player on the list, with the energetic midfielder ranking in the top five.

The 27-year-old has made 44 appearances for the Clarets in all competitions this season, scoring six times.

Meanwhile, Tella is sixth in the list after becoming a vital member of Kompany’s side since joining on loan from Southampton last summer.

The pacy forward has scored 19 goals in 43 matches so far, including a hat trick in the 3-1 victory at Hull last month.

Ian Maatsen just misses out on the top 10. The highly rated Chelsea youngster has been a regular starter at Turf Moor this season.

Taylor Harwood-Bellis is 15th in the list, having gone from strength to strength since reuniting with Kompany, who he played under at Anderlecht.

The defender formed an effective partnership with Jordan Beyer during the first half of the campaign and recently returned from injury.

Josh Cullen also makes the top 20, having been one of the Clarets’ most consistent performers this season.

The Republic of Ireland international, who also played under Kompany at Anderlecht, scored his only Burnley goal in the 1-0 win at Stoke back in December.

Coventry forward Viktor Gyokeres, who has been linked with a move to East Lancashire in recent months, tops the list.

Gyokeres has managed 18 goals and nine assists in 41 Championship matches for the Sky Blues since the start of the campaign.

Middlesbrough’s Chuba Akpom and Sheffield United’s Iliman Ndiaye complete the top three, having scored 26 and 12 goals respectively this term.

The list is based on a fan vote, with supporters of each EFL club asked to name the standout players in their division, not including anyone from their own team. A weighted points system was then used to determine the top 50.

The full list can be read in the May edition of FourFourTwo, which is out now.