Tomas Rosicky has been named Czech Republic Player of the Year.
It is the third time the 26-year-old, known as Little Mozart in his homeland, has captured the honour.
The Arsenal star, who previously won the award in 2001 and 2002, was delighted to receive the award - although he thinks runner-up, Chelsea's Petr Cech, should have picked up the gong.
"Cech deserved to win for all he has had to overcome," he said.
Juve's Pavel Nedved came third behind Cech and Rosicky, who was pleased with how he has done over the past 12 months.
"It was a good year, although we failed at the World Cup, the positives prevailed," he said.
"I did not play badly at Dortmund but I needed the transfer to get better.
"I settled quickly in the Arsenal line-up and that is a mental boost for every player.
"I am a completely different man to when I first won this award in 2001. I have grown up, although I probably still look like a child because of my baby face."
Sparta Prague's Daniel Kolar picked up the Young Player of the Year honour, whilst 1962 European Footballer of the Year winner Josef Masopust became the first inductee into Czech football's Hall of Fame.