And the award this season goes to Alisson of Liverpool, as he kept a clean sheet in his final match to make it 21 for the season.
Ederson, of Manchester City, conceding on the final day meant he stayed on 20 clean sheets, the total he and Alisson shared before kick-off.
Allison joins Edwin van der Sar in keeping 21 clean sheets in a single Premier League season; the former Red Devils glovesman achieved the feat during the aforementioned 2008/09 campaign.
However, he falls three clean sheets short of the current league record, set by Petr Cech in 2004/05. He kept 24 as Chelsea won their first ever Premier League title, conceding just 15 goals in the process.
So Alisson takes the crown, but who joins him in this season’s clean sheet rankings?