Michael Hector picked up a host of awards before the final game of the season against QPR on Sunday afternoon.
The defender has impressed during his stay with the Owls, featuring 41 times and scoring two goals, including a penalty on the final day against the R’s.
Hector’s performances didn’t go unrecognised as he scooped no less than seven Player of the Year awards.
After winning the Sheffield Star’s Wednesday Player of the Year, the centre back was also presented with the same accolade by the Sheffield Owls Disabled Association.
Prior to kick-off at Hillsborough on Sunday, Hector was crowned the London Owls, West Midlands Owls, Sheffield Sports Commentaries and Owls Foundation Player of the Year.
He was also voted the club's official Player of the Year, which was presented to him by the Owls' trophy partners, Howcroft Industrial Supplies.
On winning the awards, Hector said: “It’s an honour.
“After winning the club’s Player of the Year award I looked at the other players on there, the likes of Paolo Di Canio and big names like that.
“For me it’s an honour to win these awards at such a big club.”