Ahead of the 2023/24 Premier League season getting underway, we examine the hopes and prospects of each of the 20 teams.
The new campaign will see Pep Guardiola's Manchester City attempt to become the first side in English football history to win four consecutive league titles, whilst Luton Town will compete in the Premier League for the very first time after their promotion from the Championship via the play-offs.
Let's take a look at how each of the 20 Premier League teams are shaping up...
Arsenal head into the new Premier League season hoping to go one better than last term after leading the way at the top of the table for a large stretch of the campaign before eventually succumbing to Pep Guardiola's Treble-winning Manchester City side.
The Gunners have strengthened heavily in the summer transfer window so far, signing Declan Rice in a club-record £105m deal from West Ham, along with Kai Havertz from London rivals Chelsea and Jurrien Timber from Ajax.
Aston Villa appear buoyant ahead of the new season as they prepare to compete in Europe for the first time in 13 years under Unai Emery, having secured Europa Conference League qualification with a seventh-placed finish last term.
Emery has moved to bolster his squad ahead of the club's European adventure, with Spain international defender Pau Torres and French forward Moussa Diaby arriving for big money, whilst Youri Tielemans has signed as a free agent following his departure from Leicester City.
Bournemouth will have a new man in the dugout in the new Premier League season, with Spaniard Andoni Iraola brought in from Rayo Vallecano following the surprise departure of Gary O'Neil.
The Cherries will primarily be concerned with ensuring their Premier League survival in the new campaign, with a number of promising young players signed this summer including exciting Hungarian left-back Milos Kerkez and Dutch winger Justin Kluivert.
Brentford will be aiming for more of the same in the upcoming Premier League campaign after impressively securing a top half finish under Thomas Frank last term, ending up in ninth-place in the table.
The Bees have solidified themselves in the top flight under the charismatic Dane, with Brentford remarkably defeating Treble winners Manchester City at home and away in the Premier League last season.
Brighton had a season to remember in the Premier League last term, sealing European football for the first time in the club's history with a sixth-placed finish.
Italian manager Roberto De Zerbi has the Seagulls playing scintillating attacking football with a side comprised of energetic young players from all over the globe, and Brighton will fancy their chances of punching above their weight again in the new campaign.
Promoted as Championship winners having amassed an impressive points total of 101, Vincent Kompany's Burnley will be hoping to make a big impression in the Premier League in the new season.
Ex-Manchester City skipper Kompany has implemented an eye-catching style of play at Turf Moor, with the Clarets the top scorers in the Championship last season with 87.
Enduring a season to forget last term, finishing in 12th place in the Premier League after a tumultuous campaign on and off the park, Chelsea have turned to a new manager in Mauricio Pochettino to help turn around their fortunes.
Ex-Spurs boss Pochettino will be tasked with knitting together a Chelsea squad which has seen a significant overhaul over the past 12 months, with Todd Boehly having spent over £600m on transfers in his first year as owner of the Blues.
After overseeing a run of just two defeats in Crystal Palace's final 10 matches of last season as interim manager, the Eagles have appointed Roy Hodgson on a one-year-deal ahead of the upcoming campaign.
Hodgson will have to make do without talismanic figure Wilfried Zaha, however, with the Ivory Coast international having ended his eight-year stay at Selhurst Park to join ranks with Turkish giants Galatasaray.
Having flirted with relegation in the past two Premier League seasons, finishing in 16th and 17th place respectively, Everton supporters will be desperate for a more smooth sailing campaign this time around.
There have been minimal changes made to Sean Dyche's squad over the summer, however, with Ashley Young and Arnaut Danjuma the only two new first team signings through the door up until now.
Fulham enjoyed a positive first season back in the Premier League following promotion from the Championship last term, earning a top half finish in 10th place in the table.
The Cottagers' preparations for the new campaign have been hampered significantly, however, with star striker Aleksandar Mitrovic having fallen out with the club's hierarchy following a failed move to Saudi Pro League side Al-Hilal.
After disappointingly missing out on Champions League qualification for the first time in seven years last term having finished fifth in the table, there have been a number of changes at Liverpool this summer.
Stalwarts James Milner and Jordan Henderson are two of a number of first team players to have moved on, with Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai brought in from Brighton and RB Leipzig respectively to breathe new life into the Reds' midfield.
Luton Town are preparing to compete in the Premier League for the first time in the club's history after overcoming Coventry City on penalties in the Championship play-off final.
Such is the modest nature of Luton's home ground Kenilworth Road, which holds just 10,356, the club's first home match of the season against Burnley has been postponed in order for the requisite upgrades to the stadium to be completed to see it meet Premier League standards.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City will be aiming to make more history in the upcoming season by becoming the first English side ever to win four league titles on the trot.
The Citizens enjoyed a sensational season last term, completing the Treble after acquiring the FA Cup, Premier League and Champions League.
Arriving from Ajax last summer, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag can be acknowledged to have made progress at Old Trafford in his first season, overseeing a third placed finish in the Premier League to go along with EFL Cup glory.
The Dutchman will be seeking further success in his second term, with the Red Devils having moved to bring in Mason Mount from Chelsea and Andre Onana from Inter in the transfer window, with Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund looking poised to join them from Atalanta.
Clinching qualification for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years with a fourth-placed finish, Newcastle United are on a high under the auspices of Eddie Howe.
The Magpies have made two big money signings ahead of their participation in Europe's premier club competition, with highly-rated Italian midfielder Sandro Tonali arriving from Milan and Leicester City's Harvey Barnes making the move north.
Struggling for the majority of last season - Forest's first in the top flight for 23 years - Steve Cooper's side will be seeking to kick on in the new campaign.
Following an unprecedented influx of 22 new players signed last summer, Forest's squad is looking comparatively far more settled ahead of the new season, with players such as Morgan Gibbs-White and Taiwo Awoniyi having finished last term in electric form.
Promoted as last year's Championship runners-up, Sheffield United will be aiming to make a similar impact upon the top flight as they did following their last promotion four years ago - with Chris Wilder's charges achieving a top half finish in ninth place in 2019-20.
The Blades will be forced to contend with the departure of star player Iliman Ndiaye, however, with the Senegal international moving on to Ligue 1 outfit Marseille.
Missing out on any form of European qualification after finishing eighth in the Premier League last season, Spurs have turned to a new manager in ex-Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou to help inspire a better campaign this time around.
Spurs' hopes may just depend on the future of talisman Harry Kane, who has become increasingly linked with a transfer to German champions Bayern Munich this summer.
Acquiring their first piece of major silverware since 1980 following victory over Fiorentina in the Europa Conference League final in June, West Ham will be hoping for another memorable campaign under David Moyes.
The Hammers will be seeking for an improved performance in the Premier League in the new season having finished 14th last term, but have been surprisingly inactive in the summer transfer market thus far with no new incomings as of yet.
After a dismal start to last year's Premier League campaign, winning just one of their opening nine matches to find themselves in relegation danger, Wolves enjoyed a revival in the second half of the season under Spanish tactician Julen Lopetegui.
The former Real Madrid and Spain manager will be hoping to inspire his charges to greater success in 2023/24, although there have been a number of notable outgoings at Molineux this summer including Ruben Neves, Conor Coady, Raul Jimenez and Nathan Collins.