The Football League awards take place on Sunday night and, as part of it, local media representatives were asked to name their Championship team of the season.
A national panel will then decide from the nominations what that team will be from the 24 clubs.
The team of the season category is new for this year with the Football League paying homage to the local media, including GetWestLondon, play in covering matches throughout the season.
Brentford asked me to do so and, as such, it precluded me from naming any current Bees players in my selection.
If I had been allowed to select players from the west London club, Alan Judge would have been included.
I have based my team of the season on what I have seen in person, fans opinions and also selected Brentford players.
There are three players from Middlesbrough and Hull, two from Burnley, one from Brighton, Derby and Fulham in a 4-3-3 formation. Below is the team, including a manager, and the reasons behind the decision.
GOALKEEPER: Dimitri Konstantopoulos (Middlesbrough)
Every time I have seen Konstantopoulos play for Middlesbrough, he has impressed me and the Greek has made crucial saves against Brentford this season. His astounding run of clean sheets means he has earned his place in my side. An honourable mention goes to Tom Heaton of Burnley.
RIGHT BACK: Bruno (Brighton)
In both games against Brentford, Bruno was superb for the Seagulls. The Spaniard gave the Bees' left side a torrid time, both defensively and offensively. An honourable mention goes to Moses Odubajo of Hull.
CENTRE BACK: Daniel Ayala (Middlesbrough)
Middlesbrough's clean sheet record was a factor in this selection but it was Boro's loss of form when Ayala got injured that caught the eye. A dependable force at the back.
CENTRE BACK: George Friend (Middlesbrough)
Defensive partnerships are crucial and Friend had this with Ayala, justifying his place in the side.
LEFT BACK: Andrew Robertson (Hull)
Picking a left back is one of the harder decisions and, in fairness, Jake Bidwell's verdict of Robertson put him over the top.
MIDFIELDER: Bradley Johnson (Derby)
When a host of Brentford players cite the Derby man as their toughest opponent it says a lot about Johnson's abilities. He's been a consistent performer for the Rams this season.
MIDFIELDER: Joey Barton (Burnley)
Barton was exceptional against Brentford at Griffin Park in January and fully deserving of a place in the side. His maturity has helped marshal the Clarets towards promotion.
MIDFIELDER: Sam Clucas (Hull)
Clucas was very good for the Tigers at Griffin Park in November. He has been dependable for the Tigers when I've seen him. It must be said, though, that Alan Judge would have taken his place in the side here.
STRIKER: Ross McCormack (Fulham)
If Fulham didn't have Ross McCormack, they'd have been relegated by now. He has been absolutely vital to the Whites' side this season. It is no surprise that he is shortlisted for player of the year.
STRIKER: Andre Gray (Burnley)
The favourite to win the player of the year award tonight. Gray has impressed for Burnley since his move from Brentford. As the league's top scorer it was impossible to ignore him.
STRIKER: Abel Hernandez (Hull)
Hernandez has been a reliable striker for Hull this season and his goals have kept them up at the top end of the Championship.
MANAGER: Chris Hughton (Brighton)
Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough may be top of the lead but the Spaniard would be in lower mid table given the resources he has had at his disposal. The same applies to the likes of Sean Dyche and Steve Bruce. Brighton were in dire straits last season as they rebuilt their squad and Hughton deserves praise for the work he has done at the Amex Stadium. Caretaker manager of the season would have to go to Neil Warnock for his fantastic work at Rotherham.