Eagles shot-stopper Julian Speroni has won the 2014 CPFC Player of the Year award, the fourth time he has scooped the top prize at the club's Awards Night.
The 34-year-old beat off close competition from Joel Ward and Damien Delaney, who finished second and third respectively, to extend his record collection of prizes, adding to his wins in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
The Argentinian has been in superb form this season, contributing 12 top-flight clean sheets and making many vital saves to earn the Eagle precious points that has ensured they stay in the Premier League for the first time in their history.
On his award, he said: "I'm very, very pleased with the award, I can't thank the fans enough for all the love they've shown me.
"I think we all deserve a little piece of this as it's been such a great season and all the lads have done so well so it's a bit unfair for one player to have it, we should all share it.
"It's been a very emotional week for me and it's always nice to be rewarded but this is a special award for me."
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