Scott Dann has won Crystal Palace's Player of the Year award for the 2014/15 season after gaining the highest amount of votes from those in attendance at the club's Awards Night.
The defender added his name to the long list of Eagles legends who have won the prize in the past, and walked away with the trophy after featuring in all but four league games and proving to be a solid presence at the heart of the Palace defence.
Dann, who only arrived at the club less than 18 months ago, has also scored five goals this campaign but has also proven to be a menace in the opposition's penalty area by also laying on five goals for his teammates.
On stage at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, the 28-year-old said: "It's been a great season for me personally and as a team so hopefully we can carry that on next season. The highlight of the season for me is probably scoring two goals in one game against Dover!"
Dann was presented the award by manager Alan Pardew, who added: "He's been outstanding is just one of a number of players who have been.
"He's got the vote from the fans and that's more appreciated by the players than anything else, and he's very important to us."