Wolves goalkeeper John Ruddy has been awarded the Championship Golden Glove trophy for the 2017/18 season.
The 31-year-old stopper - who left Norwich last summer - recorded his 24th shutout of the campaign on Saturday afternoon as the Championship winners were held to a goalless draw by Sheffield Wednesday.
The award comes as little surprise with Ruddy between the sticks behind a defence that has shipped just 36 goals in 45 league games on their way to the title, which they were presented with after the stalemate at Molineux.
Highlights of the stellar campaign include just three goals being conceded across four games over the Christmas period and the current run, in which the side have not conceded for five games in succession.
Ruddy's nearest rivals were Aston Villa's Sam Johnstone (20), Derby's Scott Carson (19) and Cardiff's Neil Etheridge (18).