Crawley defender Kyle McFadzean has been named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year.
Former Red Devils striker Tyrone Barnett, now playing for Championship side Peterborough, was also recognised by his peers at the annual awards ceremony in London.
McFadzean played an integral role in the side that won promotion from the Blue Square Bet Premier in 2010, and has marshalled the Town defence to third place in the League Two table this term.
With just two games of the season remaining, caretaker manager Craig Brewster can seal promotion to the third tier if he can oversee two victories.
The 25-year-old told the club's official website: "This award means a lot because it is voted for by your fellow professionals.
"I have really enjoyed this season but the focus now is making sure we get promoted to League One."