Brentford's Adam Forshaw was crowned the Sky Bet League 1 Player of the Year at the recent Football League Awards ceremony at The Brewery, London, but here we reveal the other nine players who make up the Top 10 in the division.
The Sky Bet Player of the Year awards were voted for by managers of the clubs in each division. Each manager was asked to list their top five players from this season in order, with the scores added up to get a shortlist and an overall winner.
The Top 10 most voted for players in Sky Bet League 1 are as follows:
1. Adam Forshaw (Brentford)
Closing in on 100 Brentford appearances, Forshaw not only protects the defence but chips in with a handful of goals as he looks to drive the Bees towards promotion from Sky Bet League 1.
2. Alex Pritchard (Swindon Town)
Pritchard almost helped Peterborough United survive Championship relegation last season before arriving at Swindon on a season-long loan from Tottenham Hostpur, where his pace and trickery from the wing has caused problems for Sky Bet League 1 defences.
3. Kevin McDonald (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Signing from Sheffield United at the start of the season, McDonald has slotted straight into the Wolves midfield with the club rising to the top of the League 1 table in their quest to make an immediate return to the second tier.
4. Britt Assombalonga (Peterborough United)
Assombalonga is only in his second full season of professional football, following up his 16 goals while on loan at Southend United last year with 17 goals by Christmas in 2013/14, including five in his first six for Posh.
5. Leon Clarke (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Starting the season with Coventry City, Clarke was instrumental in helping the free-scoring Sky Blues rise from the bottom of the table to the top half, establishing a key partnership with Callum Wilson, before his move to Wolves.
6. Ben Pringle (Rotherham United)
Pringle's energy, determination and passion at Rotherham has been evident with the Millers sitting in the Play-Off places despite being newcomers to the division.
7. Callum Wilson (Coventry City)
Eight goals in the first seven games of his breakthrough season showed why Wilson is one of the hottest prospects in Sky Bet League 1.
8. Romain Vincelot (Leyton Orient)
The Frenchman's experience has been a key cog in the Orient midfield; breaking-up play and building attacks for Russell Slade's men.
9. Moses Odubajo (Leyton Orient)
Odubajo's pace on the Orient wing has caused full-backs plenty of problems, grabbing six goals by the turn of 2014 and providing plenty of ammunition into the box.
10. Bakary Sako (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Five goals in the first nine games of the season proved Sako's clinical ability in front of goal, confidently leading the Wolves front line.