Glen Johnson was the outstanding winner at Pompey's end of season awards ceremony last night.
The right-back capped a brilliant season for the Blues by picking up three awards at the gala dinner at HMS Nelson.
England international Johnson picked up the main prize of the night - the much coveted players' player-of-the-year award along with the fans' player-of-the-year accolade.
And to round off a superb night for the defender, Johnson picked goal of the season, too, following his wonder strike against Hull at Fratton Park.
David James was forced to leave the ceremony early due to his impending shoulder surgery, but would have been delighted at receiving the award for outstanding contribution to the Pompey community.
Meanwhile, 19-year-old Matt Ritchie's efforts on loan at Dagenham & Redbridge didn't go unnoticed as he was presented with the young-player-of-the-year prize.
During his season-long loan with the League Two outfit, Ritchie scored 12 goals in 41 appearances.
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