That concludes proceedings

That’s your lot! It’s been a fantastic evening celebrating the great and good about Huddersfield Town on and off the pitch.

Thanks for your company.

More pictures and video coming your way tomorrow, plus more reaction from Nahki Wells.

Until then, thanks for following along and I’ll catch you at the Brentford game!

Wells on the awards

“It means everything to me to win this award. This is a special night.”

Winner - Nahki Wells!

Excellent choice, readers.

Hargreaves Memorial Player of the Year

Here’s the last one of the night and it’s the one you, our readers chose....

Nahki reaction

“I want to give a big thanks to all my teammates, it means a lot. It’s been a good season for me.

“I just go and try to do my best. I’m very happy to lead the side and I want to score more goals.”

Winner -Nahki Wells!

Players' Player of the Year

Another one voted for by the players and needs little introduction...

The nominees: Nahki Wells and Mark Hudson.

Learning from Whitehead and Hogg

Says the midfield pair are “role models”.

“The Academy is successful because of a lot of hard work.”

On the afro he adds “I needed a change but now I miss it a lot!”

Winner - Phil Billing

A second award for One of Our Own!

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) - Philip Billing.
Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Wolverhampton Wanderers (0) - Philip Billing.

Players' Player of the Year

Voted for by the players, they had to be under 21 at the start of the season.

The nominations are: Phil Billing and Emyr Huws.

23 hours a day

Joel Lynch getting the laughs here by telling everyone that people think footballers have spare time to help but they’re now training all the time.

“I’d like to do more but we train 23 hours a day!”

This award means a lot to him and he admits he hopes it makes his parents proud.

Community Player of the Year - Joel Lynch

A truly deserving winner.

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Birmingham City (1) - Joel Lynch celebrates his equaliser with Mark Hudson.
Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (1) v Birmingham City (1) - Joel Lynch celebrates his equaliser with Mark Hudson.

Lolley delighted

You can really tell how much Joe loves Wagner and what an important influence he’s been.

He said: “Thankfully the new boss has given me the opportunities and hopefully I’ve repaid him over the season.”

Also mentions he’s happy not to win the Worst Dressed award!

Winner - Joe Lolley

Sky Bet Championship - Preston NE (2) v Huddersfield Town (1) - Joe Lolley.
Sky Bet Championship - Preston NE (2) v Huddersfield Town (1) - Joe Lolley.

President Prize

This award is given to the player who has been the most entertaining on the pitch this season. It’s chosen by the President himself.

He's one of our own

Billing admits he’s watched the goal “a couple of times”. Says he’s been dreaming of that moment since he was a little kid.

Goal of the Season -Philip Billing

No surprises here, it is Mr Billing for that stunner against Forest!

Huddersfield Town midfielder Philip Billing celebrates his goal at Nottingham Forest
Huddersfield Town midfielder Philip Billing celebrates his goal at Nottingham Forest

I love Uggs

The man himself is being made to hold a t-shirt advertising his favourite footwear. For the record, he voted Joe Lolley, who was also a popular choice.

He confirms “the boss at home” made him bin his man bun.

And the winner is Jason Davidson!

Two words. Ugg. Boots.

Worst Dressed

The top three has been selected by the players...

They are: Joe Lolley, Jason Davidson (mainly for turning up to training in Ugg boots!) and one shout for Harry Bunn from Nahki Wells.

Winner- North Stand Loyal

A deserved award for North Stand Loyal - the Contribution to the Club award.

Nahki's favourite goal?

The one against Leeds of course

Golden Boot - Nahki Wells

Will this be his only award of the night?

Sky Bet Championship - Blackburn Rovers v Huddersfield Town - Nahki Wells puts Town 1-0 up.
Sky Bet Championship - Blackburn Rovers v Huddersfield Town - Nahki Wells puts Town 1-0 up.

"He's better than Klopp"

That award was presented by David Wagner, so no surprise to hear a long and loud chorus of “he’s better than Klopp” as he makes his way onto the stage!

No comment from the man himself when pressed to answer if he is in fact the superior manager...

Most assists - Harry Bunn

No surprises here for anyone who can count...

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (2) v Hull City (2) - Harry Bunn celebrates as his shot results in an own goal for Town.
Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (2) v Hull City (2) - Harry Bunn celebrates as his shot results in an own goal for Town.

Deano speaks

That’s a popular choice! DEANOOO is the cry as the midfielder goes up to the stage.

Says his injury in December was “frustrating” but his replacement, Jonathan Hogg was “outstanding”.

Winner - Dean Whitehead

Sky Bet Championship -Blackburn Rovers (0) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Dean Whitehead.
Sky Bet Championship -Blackburn Rovers (0) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Dean Whitehead.

Media Player of the Year

This has been voted for by journalists for someone who goes above and beyond for the media..

Final three: Mark Hudson, Dean Whitehead and Jed Steer

"It means everything"

Lewis says he’s worked very hard to get here. He’s played a few games for the u21s thiss eason and admits it’s been though, but he believes he’s taken it in his stride.

Winner - Lewis O'Brien

The nominees are Lewis O’Brien, Jamie Spencer and Jack Boyle

But the winner is Lewis O’Brien!