Steven Gerrard has been named the 2012 England Player of the Year at the first Football Association awards night to be held at St Georgeâ€™s Park.
The Three Lions and Liverpool captain received over 40% of the fansâ€™ votes on TheFA.com to win his second national team player of the year award following his 2007 triumph.
Gerrard beat Manchester Unitedâ€™s Danny Welbeck and Chelseaâ€™s Ashley Cole to take out the prize which he received from England legend Sir Bobby Charlton.
Gerrard, who made his 100th international appearance against Sweden in November, said: "I still feel fresh, looking forward to the next game as much as my debut. Every time you put the England shirt on, it is a proud moment.
"It's always special to be recognised by supporters. You only have to look in the players in the team so it's special."