Vital Leeds United would like to know your player of the season?
Sam Byram cleaned up at the clubs awards dinner. Byram won the Player, Young Player and Supporters Player of the season but was there someone you thought did better?
Goalkeeper Paddy Kenny was an ever-present in the championship and Tom Lees and Lee Peltier were regulars in defence.
Paul Green, Rodolph Austin and David Norris all played their part in midfield.
Luke Varney improved as the season went on and Ross McCormack worked hard for the side although he did not always play in his preferred centre forward role.
You can vote on the right hand side of this page.
*In our previous poll, Ross McCormack won the goal of the season vote for his strike against Tottenham Hotspur with Sam Byram second for his goal against Oxford United.
You can find the full result here
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