Portsmouth's Ronan Curtis listed for League One award alongside Oxford, Wycombe, Coventry and Peterborough rivals
Ronan Curtis has been shortlisted for a League One award.
The Pompey winger is among six contenders for the PFA Bristol Street Motors League One Fans' Player of the Year Award.
Curtis finished as the Blues’ joint-top scorer with 14 goals and made 44 appearances during his second Fratton Park campaign.
He was also named runner-up in The News/Sports Mail’s Player of the Season, behind Christian Burgess.
Now the Republic of Ireland international has been listed for an accolade which is to be decided by a supporter vote.
Curtis is competing with Joe Jacobson (Wycombe), James Henry (Oxford), Ivan Toney (Peterborough), Rob Dickie (Oxford) and Liam Walsh (Coventry).
Fans can vote by visiting https://www.footballfancast.com/pfa-awards – with a deadline of 8am on August 20.
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