Player of the Season
For the second consecutive year Mikel Arteta has received the official Everton Player of the Season Award.
The Spanish midfielder was announced as the winner at Tuesday night's glitzy second annual Everton End of Season Awards.
Arteta was the winner of a poll of registered users on evertonfc.com, finishing ahead of the likes of Joleon Lescott and Andy Johnson.
Arteta's popularity with supporters has been further enhanced this term, with the 25-year-old enjoying his most successful goalscoring campaign for the Toffees.
He has netted nine goals for the Blues so far this term - making him the club's second highest scorer.
He has also stressed on a number of occasions he is keen to remain with the Blues despite reports linking him with a return to Spain.
It is his relationship with the supporters and his teammates that has made his stay on Merseyside so enjoyable.
And after receiving the Player of the Season gong he picked up for the first time last term, he told evertonTV exclusively: "This is a great honour, especially because it was voted for by the supporters.
"I would like to thank everybody that has voted but we cannot stop - we have to keep improving and that is our aim next season,"