Leeds United Midfielder Pablo Hernandez enjoyed a treble success on Friday.
Hernandez was named both the Player of the Year and the Players’ Player of the Year at the end of season awards dinner on Friday evening.
The Spaniard was unable to attend the awards ceremony as he was by his partner’s side as she gave birth to a baby boy back in their native Spain.
Hernandez is not expected to return to England for Leeds final game of the season against Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell was named the clubs Young Player of the Year by the fans. Peacock-Farrell has made the number one shirt his own since being given his first-team chance in March and he has produced a number of impressive performances.
Ezgjan Alioski won the Goal of the Season for his strike at Nottingham Forest in August.
Leeds United legend Peter Lorimer won the first-lifetime achievement award whilst he was also named in the BremnerXI of legends alongside Eddie Gray, Lucas Radebe, Gary Speed, Jack Charlton, Johnny Giles, John Charles, Gordon Strachan, Norman Hunter and Allan Clarke.
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The Leeds United Under 18s won the special achievement award after winning the Premier Division North League this season.