George Dobson has been voted by Charlton supporters as their 2021/22 Player of the Year.
The midfielder, who joined the Addicks from Sunderland last summer, has excelled with a number of impressive performances in the middle of the park this term, making 43 appearances in all competitions in his debut season at The Valley.
His crowning moment came in the victory at Rotherham United in April, bagging the only goal of the game with a long-range piledriver.
Dobson won with a mammoth 77% of fans' votes, with Sean Clare coming in second place and Conor Washington finishing third.
Meanwhile, Daniel Kanu was named Valley Gold Young Player of the Year after a prolific goalscoring season for the U18s and U23s, as well as making him first-team debut.
Elsewhere, Eartha Cumings was named Women's Player of the Year after an outstanding season between the sticks during a solid first season as professionals for Karen Hills' Addicks.
Other awards saw Alan Dryland be named the Colin Cameron Supporter of the Year for his dedication in following the club, while the latest inductees in the Charlton Hall of Fame were also announced.
In the pre-1950 category, the winner was Jimmy Oakes with 65% of the vote, with Jack Horton finishing second.
For 1951-85 the winner was Peter Reeves with 53% and second was Phil Warman.
The post 1986 winner was Steve Brown with 46% and with Yann Kermorgant in second place for the second year running.