The Spanish wing wizard earned a score of 9/10 for his displays in the second half of the campaign after returning from his loan spell at Eibar.
Woods, who claimed players' player of the year, was in second place for his fine efforts over the course of the season, earning him a score of 8.7.
Dean, who claimed the supporters' player of the year award, was in third place, scoring 8.5.
Striker Lasse Vibe, in fourth, was the other player to earn a mark of more than 8/10 with a rating of 8.1.
Eight Brentford players earned marks in the sevens with Dan Bentley just missing out on an eight with a total of 7.9.
Rico Henry and Maxime Colin both earned a rating of 7.5/10 with Nico Yennaris and Sergi Canos scoring 7.4.
Scott Hogan, who left for Aston Villa in January, was level with Yoann Barbet on 7.2 while John Egan scored 7.1/10.
There were six members of the squad who earned ratings in the sixes with Josh Clarke and Florian Jozefzoon scoring 6.8 while Romaine Sawyers followed him on 6.7.
Josh McEachran, whose season was cut short by injury, earned a score of 6.5 with Tom Field, who started the season on the treatment table, scored 6.4.
Konstantin Kerschbaumer was rarely used in the first half of the season but impressed in the second half of the campaign earning him a score of 6.1.
Lewis Macleod's season was cut short by an anterior cruciate ligament injury in October and fans gave him a mark of 5.7, while Andreas Bjelland earned a score of 5.6, as did Sullay Kaikai.
Alan McCormack's injury hit campaign led to him being released by the club at the end of the season and he scored 5.5, while Sam Saunders, who departed in January for Wycombe, scored 5.2.
Callum Elder, whose time at Brentford was ended by an injury at Brighton in September, was handed a rating of 4.2, while Philipp Hofmann rounded off the ratings with 3.6.