Fulham have received four nominations for next month’s London Football Awards.

Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has been shortlisted for the Premier League Player of the Year. The Fulham talismanic will face competition from Tottenham forward Harry Kane, Brentford striker Ivan Toney and Arsenal pair Bukayo Saka and Martin Ƙdegaard.

Summer signing Bernd Leno is amongst the big names competing to land the Goalkeeper of the Year award. The German international, since swapping Arsenal for Craven Cottage, joins his former Gunners team-mate Aaron Ramsdale, Brentford’s David Raya, the Chelsea custodian Kepa Arrizabalaga and Leyton Orient’s number one Lawrence Vigouroux in the running for that accolade.

Head coach Marco Silva has been nominated alongside Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, the Chelsea Ladies supremo Emma Hayes, Orient manager Richie Wellens and Brentford’s Thomas Frank as manager of the year.

The Fulham Foundation are in contention for the Community Project of the Year for their More than a Game programme, which raised awareness of mental health in an attempt to remove some of the stigma around discussing struggles faced by football fans. The other nominees in this category came from Brentford Community Sports Trust and Palace For Life Foundation.

The winners will be crowned during the London Football Awards ceremony at the Roundhouse in Camden on Monday 13 March.