Inigo Calderon has been named as Brighton & Hove Albion’s 2014/15 Player of the Season at tonight’s Players' Awards Dinner at the Amex.
The event was streamed live on the club’s official YouTube channel and Albion’s longest-serving player scooped the top prize.
The Spaniard claimed top spot in the poll with 37% of the vote, beating fellow contenders Lewis Dunk, Joao Teixeira and Rohan Ince to the award.
Dunk came second in the list with 24%, while Teixeira came third with 19% and Ince finished fourth with 15%.
After coming third in the Player of the Season poll, Teixeira claimed the Young Player of the Season award, while Fliss Gibbons was named Women’s Player of the Season.
Rohan Ince won the Goal of the Season Award with 68% of the vote following his stunning volley against Swindon.
The late Sarah Watts was posthumously honoured on the night after being voted as the James Brynin Fan of the Season Award, collected on her behalf by close friend, Liz Costa.
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Albion’s crowd doctor, Rob Galloway, was the first recipient of the Sarah Watts Inspiration Award after saving the lives of three fans from near-fatal cardiac arrests since the Amex opened in 2011.
Powerchair player Matt Francis was given the Community Achievement Award, chosen by Albion in the Community, after his incredible progression in the sport and going onto represent England.
Finally, Albion executive director Martin Perry was presented with the Special Achievement Award following years of distinguished service to the club and his efforts in helping to make the American Express Community Stadium and the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre a reality.
In addition to the awards, seven members of Albion’s 1964/65 Fourth Division Championship winning side were present on the night and were each given a special commemorative shirt to honour the achievement 50 years ago.