Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Lee Grant has scooped both main prizes at the club's Player of the Year awards
Grant has enjoyed another fantastic campaign for Wednesday despite their struggles at the wrong end of the Championship table.
The former Derby keeper's performances have attracted the interest of a host of clubs in the Premier League with Wednesday facing a fight to keep hold of the shot-stopper this summer.
Grant's form was rewarded as he was named Player of the Year as well as taking Players' Player of the Year for a third time running.
The 27-year-old was delighted to win the awards and is hoping West Brom can do his side a favour by beating relegation rivals Crystal Palace on Monday night.
"This is really pleasing for me on a personal note, especially the award from the players because - while it's nice to be recognised by the fans - the players' award is particularly satisfying as it comes from your fellow professionals and team-mates," Grant told the club's official website.
"I'm only part of a team and obviously, I'd like to thank the lads as well. It would be nice for one of the strikers to win the award because that would mean we have had a better season.
"While it's pleasing for me personally, all I'm focusing on now is Sheffield Wednesday remaining a Championship club and hopefully West Brom can do us a favour on Monday night."