Leicester City’s End-of-Season Awards took place at King Power Stadium and saw midfield maestro Riyad Mahrez crowned Player of the Season, by the Club’s supporters.

During the season, the performances of the Mahrez helped light up the most memorable campaign in Leicester City’s history, with the 25-year old scoring 17 Premier League goals, and assisting in a further 11, helping the Foxes roar to a sensational Premier League title triumph against all the odds.

The End-of-Season awards was a night to remember for all involved, as the entire squad gathered in the Walkers Hall at King Power Stadium to recognise what has been a remarkable achievement that resonates not just around Leicester, but around the world.

Leicester City supporter and BBC presenter Manish Bhasin hosted the event, which served as an opportunity to recognise the achievements of the entire Club – from first team to Academy level.

Along with Mahrez being crowned Player of the Season, the evening saw N’Golo Kante claim Players’ Player-of-the-Season – as voted by the Leicester City squad, Goal-of-the-Season which was voted for on the night went to Jamie Vardy for his strike against Liverpool, Jeffrey Schlupp was awarded Young Player of the Season, Ben Chilwell was awarded the U21 Player of the Season, with Academy Player of the Season being awarded to Admiral Muskwe.

The Performance of the Season award, chosen by Claudio Ranieri and his staff, was given for the team’s 3-1 win away at Manchester City.