Precision Goalkeeping’s Kasper Schmeichel has described picking up both the Leicester City of the year award and players' player of the year award as "an amazing honour".
The City keeper won the vote for player of the year and was also picked out as the club's outstanding performer by his team-mates. Schmeichel picked up both trophies at the annual awards dinner at the King Power Stadium.
The 25-year-old Dane, who has started 52 games for City this season after joining from Leeds last summer, said he was delighted to win the awards but vowed to keep working hard next season to get even better.
"It's amazing, it's a great honour and I'm very, very happy," he said. "It means a lot to get the vote of the fans – you put in a lot of hard work during the week that people perhaps don't see, but it's nice to be recognised for it. "The fans are very special to me and this has made me very happy.
"To get the vote of your team-mates is very pleasing, they see you working every day so it's a great honour.
"No matter where you play, if your team-mates realise that you're working hard it's one of the most important things for me."