Luke Shaw won the two main prizes at Manchester United’s end-of-season awards ceremony on Thursday night.
The English full-back picked up the Players’ Player of the Year trophy before scooping the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award, as voted for by fans.
He has been one of the club’s few bright sparks this season, making 40 appearances in all competitions and winning their Player of the Month prize on three occasions.
The defender picked up the sculpture of Sir Matt for the first time after thousands voted on United’s official app.
Victor Lindelof was second in the voting with Paul Pogba coming third. Lindelof also narrowly missed out on the player-voted award, losing out to Shaw by just one vote.
“It means a lot especially coming from the lads,’ Shaw told the audience as he collected his trophies.
“They’ve always stuck by me when other people haven’t and they’ve always helped me along my rough journey, but it’s brilliant, and of course thanks to them all for voting.
“Obviously this season hasn’t been the best, but for me it’s been a better season than the last few personally, but of course I need to keep pushing on and see what happens next season.
“I think all the players are agreeing that we need to forget this season as quickly as possible. We’re all very disappointed with how it’s finished and with what’s going on around us in the Champions League, it’s hurting even more.
“This break will come at a good time and I think we need to refocus and come back stronger next year. With the players we have and the managing staff we have I’m sure we will.”