The Republic of Ireland international Ronan Curtis has been nominated in the PFA League One Player of the Year category following his impressive displays for Portsmouth.
Curtis played a pivotal role for Portsmouth last season despite the side narrowly missing out on English Championship promotion in the play-off semifinals.
The 24-year-old registered 14 goals and eight assists in 44 appearances across all competitions last season.
Portsmouth handed the midfielder a new three-year-and-a-half deal to reward him for his award-winning performances.
The other players who have been nominated alongside Curtis for the coveted award are:
- Joe Jacobson (Wycombe Wanderers)
- James Henry (Oxford United)
- Rob Dickie (both Oxford United)
- Ivan Toney (Peterborough United)
- Liam Walsh (Coventry City)