Norwich City striker Teemu Pukki took the honour of Championship Player of the Summer Season .
The Finland global claimed the award before the Che Adams of Birmingham City and Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp.
2-9, pukki, has scored 26 goals and provided nine assists to help the Canaries to the brink of promotion.
Luton Town striker James Collins won the League One Player of the Season award while Tranmere Rovers’ James Norwood took the honour.
This was an evening of double celebration for Norwich because Max Aarons was called Young Player of the growing season.
Aarons, 19, has scored three times in his first season at senior level in 35 Championship appearances and was nominated along with Derby County’s Harry Wilson and Luton’s James Justin.
He was recognised with as soon as of the Season award, while Sheffield United striker Sharp have missed on top gong.
Sharp, 33, became the leading goalscorer from the EFL this century in January when he surpassed Rickie Lambert together with his 220th career hit.
The Doncaster and Nottingham Forest player has expanded that tally into 227 goals since as the Blades sit second from the Championship, a spot to play.
“This is absolutely fantastic, it’s a really proud moment,” he explained. “Private accolades are magnificent, and it’s great to receive this – I’ll reflect on tonight because a joyful one.
“Obviously, my attention today is firmly on putting a P promotion beside our name come the close of the year”
Sharp composed of players from all three divisions, was also named from the EFL Team of the growing season and handled by his own Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder.
Goal of the Season moved into Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves due to his strike.
Hot-shots Collins and Norwood honoured
James Collins’ 2-2 goals so far from League One this year have put leaders Luton Town to the point of an early backtoback promotion.
The Hatters place a club record of 28 games on Saturday with a 2-2 draw against Blackpool, a game by which Collins opened the scoring before being shipped for a second bookable offence in the second halfof
The 28-year-old has picked up from where he left off a year where they were helped by his 19 goals in League Two to promotion.
Longing to get a similar outcome in May will probably be League 2 Player of the Summer Season and Tranmere Rovers striker James Norwood.
His tally of all 27 goals this campaign is seven before the nearest challenger and made in what exactly is his initial season from the EFL even more notable.
Will hope he includes a few more goals left to donate.
Other winners at the EFL Awards
Apprentice of the Season: Max Bird (Derby County)
PFA Player from the Community: Will Vaulks (Rotherham United)
Sir Tom Finney Award for Career Contribution into the EFL: Joe Thompson (Rochdale)
Community Club of the Season: Portsmouth
Family Club of the Season: Doncaster Rovers
Supporter of the Season: Roger Groves and Mike Davis (Shrewsbury Town)