Steven Gerrard has been named England Player of the Year.
The Liverpool captain has been voted the Football Association’s England player of the year for the second time.
The 32 year old received the award from Sir Bobby Charlton at the FA England awards ceremony at St George’s Park on Sunday night.
Gerrard, who had previously lifted the award in 2007, finished ahead of Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck, with Chelsea defender Ashley Cole third.
Gerrard joins Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard and Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in lifting the award twice.