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To nobody’s great surprise, Aleksandar Mitrovic has been voted Fulham’s player of the season. The Serbian striker, who scored 43 goals in 44 Championship games as the Whites stormed to the Championship title, claimed the individual accolade with 73.8% of the vote.

Mitrovic, who surpassed Guy Whittingham’s post-war second tier goals record by scoring twice in the 7-0 win against Luton that clinched the title, told Fulham’s official website:

“It was a brilliant season for the football club and I was pleased to help us achieve our aims by scoring a lot of goals. I couldn’t have done this without the help of my teammates, whose quality allowed me to have the opportunities to score as often as I did.

Thank you to them – and also a big thank you to the supporters for voting for me for this award. It means a lot to me and I’m looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together next season.”

Tim Ream, who only missed 69 minutes of league football during the whole campaign, finished second on 7.1% with Welsh winger Harry Wilson taking third place with 6.5% of the vote.