Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has followed up his PFA Young Player of the Year prize by scooping the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award.
Rooney has been superb for The Red Devils this term and now the supporters have given the former Everton man the thumbs up by naming him their star man.
Although Rooney is set to miss out on the Premiership title to Chelsea, the striker has been an inspiration with 16 league goals as United have surged past Liverpool into second.
Reading's Kevin Doyle has claimed the Fans' Player of the Year award in The Championship following an impressive season with The Royals.
The striker, who was also rewarded with his first cap for Republic of Ireland, has netted 18 league goals as Steve Coppell's men have run away with the title.
The League One prize goes to Southend keeper Darryl Flahavan for his contribution to what is set to be a promotion campaign for The Shrimpers.
Southend currently top the table and can clinch promotion with victory at Swansea and Flahavan's efforts have been one of the reasons behind their water-tight defence.
Carlisle clinched back-to-back promotions at Mansfield last weekend and Karl Hawley's contribution has landed him with the League Two gong.
Hawley has an impressive 22 strikes to his name, not bad for a player who was plying his trade in The Conference just 12 months earlier.
Premiership: Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
Championship: Kevin Doyle (Reading)
League One: Darryl Flahavan (Southend)
League Two: Karl Hawley (Carlisle)