Ben Tozer has been named the Bryan Jacob Cup Supporters' Player of the Year for the 2020/21 season at Cheltenham Town.
The Robins captain has won the award for a second season in a row having played a massive part in helping guide the club into League One for the first time since 2009.
He was presented with the award at a socially distanced gathering that took place at the training ground on Sunday afternoon.
Tozer came top with a percentage of 37%, while in second was Conor Thomas with 25% of the vote and Will Boyle came third with 18%.
Bryan Jacob played a key part in helping the Robins Trust in forming as its secretary and made a significant donation to the Trust when he sadly passed away. The Supporters' Player of the Year trophy is subsequently named in his honour to remember his notable legacy.
The Tim Cordell Trophy for the Young Player of the Season was won by goalkeeper Josh Griffiths.
The 19-year-old loanee from West Bromwich Albion kept 23 clean sheets in 50 appearances in all competitions in his first season as a professional footballer.
Tozer was also named the Players' Player of the Season while there were special mementos presented to Chris Hussey and Will Boyle for their contributions by director John Murphy.
The fixtures for the 2021/22 League One season will be announced on Thursday 24 June.