Kevin De Bruyne has been voted PFA Player of the Year for the second time in successive seasons as Phil Foden and Lauren Hemp also won awards.
The Belgian has become only the third player to retain the award for a second consecutive season after Premier League legends Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo.
De Bruyne, 29, scored ten goals and 18 assists last term as City recaptured the Premier League title and won a fourth consecutive Carabao Cup.
De Bruyne said: “Obviously you want to win all of the trophies with your team, but when you win a trophy like this, this is probably the most important one as an individual in the league. It’s great to be recognised by your competitors who you compete with every game.
“Everybody knows that I am really happy here and we have been competing for every trophy.
“That suits my competitive nature.
“The team has been unbelievable, they push me to my best level every day and I am happy to contribute to that.”
City also landed the young men’s and women’s PFA young player awards – with Phil Foden and Lauren Hemp winning the respective honours.
Foden, 21, notched up 16 goals and 10 assists and was also nominated in the senior men’s PFA category while Hemp, 20, overcame an early season injury to score ten goals from 23 appearances to scoop the accolade for the third time in four years (she was previously the recipient in 2018 and 2020).
Hemp is already celebrating her good form this year with a Team GB call-up to the Women’s football squad for this summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo – one of 11 City players to be named in the 18 player squad.
Commenting on the award, Hemp said: “For me, this is one of the best awards to win as it’s chosen by my fellow professionals – it’s a real honour and I can’t thank them enough for voting for me.
“Since I first won it in 2018, I feel like I’ve improved so much – I’ve been fortunate to have worked with some amazing coaches in my career so far, but I know that I’m not the finished product yet and I’ll be continuing that hard work looking to the future to be the best that I can be.”
Foden said: “I am really honoured.
“There have been some great players in the past who have won this award and now I feel really lucky to win it because there have been so many great, young talents this year. It is a special moment.
“It is really nice to get praise but obviously you have to keep your feet on the ground and show it in your performances on the pitch.
“This year I have just tried to show it in every single game, to put in the best performance I can do and it has been a great season for me.”