Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes was named npower League One Player of the Year on Sunday night.
Rhodes, 22, who received the award at the gala ceremony at The Brewery in London, has scored 33 goals in 33 appearances for Huddersfield this season, attracting the attention of a host of top flight clubs.
"There were so many great candidates out there and probably more deserving of the award of me," Rhodes told Press Association Sport. "I'm very lucky and very honoured to be named League One's player of the year. Huddersfield is a great club full of really nice players, both on and off the field."
He continued: "They're a really great bunch and I'm picking up this award on behalf of them.
"It's a fantastic team effort."
Rhodes, who beat fellow nominees Johnnie Jackson (Charlton) and Ched Evans (Sheffield United) to the award, has fired four hat-tricks this season, including all four goals in the 4-4 draw at Sheffield Wednesday in December and a five-goal haul when Huddersfield won 6-0 at Wycombe in January.