The nominations are out for the EFL Player of the Year awards in League Two, with James Norwood of Tranmere Rovers, Danny Mayor and Jay O’Shea of Bury, all in with a shout of the main prize on Sunday night.
All the nominated players have made a big contribution to their clubs this season, with both sides involved in the automatic promotion/play-off race in League Two.
So who will pick up the award this weekend?
“I’ll go with Danny Mayor.
“It is a very tough one to call, but the Bury winger has been at the heart of so much of the club’s slick attacking play this season.
“He deserves the recognition.”
“All have been excellent this season but Norwood has been a wonderful story.
“Top scorer in the EFL after coming up from the National League – it’s a fantastic achievement.”
“I’ll go for Danny Mayor.
“He’s been sensational for Bury and he has much more than goals.
“It would be easy to go for the highest scorer, but Mayor drives his team on.
“It showed when he was missing this week.”