Winger 'over the moon' with five prizes.
Mark Marshall has been named Bradford City's Player of the Year.
The winger picked up five prizes in total at Monday night's end of season awards.
Josh Cullen was the Players' Player of the Year. Young winger Ellis Hudson was chosen as the Club's Academy Player of the Year.
For a full list of winners click here.
After collecting his awards, Marshall told the club's official website: "I am over the moon.
"I have been pleased with the way I have been playing this season but, equally, I know we have a lot of good players in this squad.
"So to get recognised like this by the fans and everyone at the club is an amazing feeling.
"This is an incredible honour but I know we still have work to do this season.
The Pulse 2 MatchDay: LIVE Commentary Moment of the Season went to Charlie Wyke's winning goal against Swindon.