Jordan Rhodes has won the PFA Fans' Award for March in League Two after impressing on loan at Brentford.
Rhodes' season is over for Brentford after picking up an injury last Saturday but the Ipswich striker can draw solace from being winning award for League Two with 44% of the fans' votes.
The striker has bagged seven goals for the Bees since joining them on loan from the Championship side but a broken toe sustained against Chesterfield means he will be back at Portman Road for the rest of the campaign.
However, the youngster has played a huge part in lifting the Bees to the top of the table and his goals ensured he lifted the crown ahead of Rochdale's Adam Le Fondre, Bury's Andy Bishop and Simeon Jackson of Gillingham.
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