Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has bagged the Player of the Year Award at the club in a difficult season for the Red Devils.
The English international left-back was the standout player for Manchester United in a poor season which will end without a trophy.
The Red Devils will end the season with at least one trophy for a second successive year having ended the last campaign without a single trophy.
Luke Shaw has been able to bounce back from several injuries as a Manchester United player to emerge as the undisputed left-back at the club.
Manchester United splashed £30m to sign him from fellow Premier League club Southampton in 2014 thus making him the most expensive teenager as at then.
Andreas Pereira also won an award at the end-of-the-season award ceremony held on Thursday night.
The Belgian-born Brazilian international won the Goal of the Season award for his strike in the 3-2 comeback win over Southampton in their second Premier League clash of the season at Old Trafford in February.
Katie Zelem won the Women’s Player of the Year after she played a big role in Manchester United’s promotion to the Women’s Super League from the Championship in the Red Devils’ first season in professional football.
Tahith Chong won the Reserve Player of the Year.