The 2011/12 overall winner was Southampton fan Joe Curry, whose team Curry Boys romped to the title with 698 points.
Below, we ask Joe for one or two tips to help you make your team as successful as his this season.
Q: Joe, congratulations once again on winning Fantasy Football 2011/12. How did it feel, and how did you celebrate?
A: I was really surprised and pleased to win the competition and the last few weeks were a bit nerve wracking because I had used all my transfers. As part of the prize I was able to take my 4 and 6-year-old sons to Wembley for the Play-Off final. The atmosphere was fantastic and the game was pretty good too. Both of my boys still talk about Wembley now.
Q: What were the key moments in the season for you, and who were your most important players?
A: I had Guly from Southampton before he became really popular. This was how I got ahead of most other players. Right from the start I had Lambert, Lallana and Fox who pretty much stayed in my team all season. They were very good - particularly Lambert.
Q: Have you got any advice for other managers when it comes to selecting their teams for the 2012/13 season?
A: I looked at strikers who were not just poachers but could set up a few assists as well. I also had a pretty settled defence all season and made sure I had good full-backs who also took free-kicks if possible.
Q: What about making transfers? How can Phones 4u Fantasy Football managers get the most out of their transfer allocation?
A: I just keep an eye on injuries and tried not to get too carried away changing players if they had a couple of bad weeks which can be tempting!
Q: Finally Joe, have you got any predictions for Phones 4u Fantasy Football 2012/13 that you'd be willing to share? Players to pick, teams to do well etc.
A: I haven't honestly thought much about the new season yet but players I like for the npower Championship are Peter Whittingham from Cardiff City and Chris Burke from Birmingham City. They score a few goals but are very strong with assists.