Goalkeeper Mary Earps has been voted England's women's player of the year.
The Manchester United player topped a supporters' vote, ahead of second-placed Lucy Bronze and third-placed Alex Greenwood, after a stellar 12 months.
A year on from helping England win the Euros, Earps was key as the Lionesses reached a maiden World Cup final in Australia and New Zealand during the summer, and saved a penalty in the final that they lost 1-0 to Spain.
She claimed the Golden Glove for the tournament's best goalkeeper, adding to the FIFA Best goalkeeper award for 2022 that she received in February.
The 30-year-old has recently been nominated for the 2023 FIFA Best award, as well as making the Ballon d'Or shortlist.
England team-mate Rachel Daly - a fellow FIFA Best and Ballon d'Or nominee - told a press conference on Tuesday regarding Earps: 'She's been key to us for ages, everyone in the world knows how good Mary is and she probably still hasn't reached her potential yet.
'She's a fantastic player, a fantastic human, deserves all the accolades. She's a key part of this team and going forward is going to be a massive part.
'Everything she does is how she can be best for any game, any training session she's doing everything she possibly can. She's just a true pro and always committed to making herself better.'Read on m.allfootballapp.com