Alan Judge has received two further honours for his efforts in a Brentford shirt this season.
The Bees midfielder was named as the Championship's third best player as voted for by the managers of the second tier clubs.
He finished behind winner and former Brentford team-mate Andre Gray and Fulham striker Ross McCormack.
The 27-year-old, who was named in the Football League's team of the season on Sunday as well as being runner up to Gray at the Football League awards, has also been given one of the highest honours from his peers; a place in the Professional Footballer's Association Championship XI.
In a 4-4-2 formation, the Irishman was selected in centre midfield alongside Joey Barton.
There was controversy in the PFA team as it included 12 players with Michael Dawson and Daniel Ayala tieing for a spot in the side.
Judge had scored 14 goals for Brentford this season, setting up a further 11, before suffering a horrific leg break following a horror challenge from Luke Hyam, which robbed him the chance of playing in Euro 2016.
The Brentford midfielder is expected to sweep the board at the club's end-of-season awards bash and has already been named as the 'Irish Bees' player of the season.
PFA Team of the Year: Tom Heaton (Burnley), Bruno (Brighton), Daniel Ayala/Michael Dawson (Middlesbrough/Hull), Michael Keane (Burnley), George Friend (Middlesbrough), Max Clayton (Middlesbrough), Alan Judge (Brentford), Joey Barton (Burnley), Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday), Ross McCormack (Fulham), Andre Gray (Burnley).