Bruno Fernandes has been voted Manchester United's 2019/20 Player of the Season.
The Portuguese, who arrived at Old Trafford in January, garnered 35.5 percent of the total votes cast by fans, with Anthony Martial coming in second with 34 per cent.
Marcus Rashford, who equally enjoyed a good season collected 10.4 percent of the votes.
The midfielder got off to a flying start to life in England and was arguably their best player during the second half of the season.
Speaking after winning the award, Fernandes said;
“Of course you want to win some trophies for the team, for the club, and for the fans. But, obviously, I’m happy with the individual trophies.
“I know you can say: ‘Oh, I don’t care’ and everything, but it’s always important for a player. You always feel good when you win these kinds of awards, and I am no different. I am really happy. I want to add this to so many trophies for the club and for the fans because I think they deserve [it].”
The Portugal international collected a host of other individual honours during the period and was named Player of the Month four times (February, March, June and August), with only Mason Greenwood able to wrest it from his firm grip (July).