Bruno Fernandes has been crowned Manchester United’s Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year for the second successive season.
The Portuguese midfielder lifted the trophy presented by @adidasfootball in his first campaign, despite only joining in January 2020.
The former Sporting Lisbon playmaker has now followed it up with the club’s top individual prize for 2020/21 determined by fans.
According to the club, supporters from over 200 different countries voted in determining who won the club’s player of the year award.
The 26-year-old saw off competitions from Luke Shaw and Uruguayan striker, Edison Cavani, to win the award.
He polled 63 per cent of the votes, while Shaw and Cavani got 21 per cent and six per cent respectively.
Fernandes has enjoyed another remarkable campaign, scoring 18 times in 36 Premier League starts, claiming nine goals in Europe for the United in both Champions League and Europa League.
He has contributed 11 assists in the Premier League and a further five in Europe.
He is also topping the chart for the most creative and productive midfielder around, beating Frank Lampard’s goal record for a midfielder in the Premier League era, with his latest strike against Liverpool.
The Reds’ leading scorer and donned the captain’s armband in Harry Maguire’s absence for the match with Liverpool last week.
The classy playmaker was named Player of the Month in November and December, and was also nominated in October and February.
He has been voted Man of the Match on 12 occasions, with Cavani coming in second on five.
Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford finished in fourth and fifth positions in the poll.