Belgium midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has been named the Player of the Year in Germany, beating Manuel Neuer and Arjen Robben by a massive margin.
The Belgium international was instrumental for Wolfsburg in the 2014-15 season guiding them to second place and DFB Pokal glory, as they beat Dortmund in the final.
The former Chelsea player has been linked with a move back to England, with Man. City interested in him.
De Bruyne netted 10 league goals for Wolfsburg, but topped the assists chart with 20 to his name and created more chances than any player in the league.
There was no contest for Kicker’s Player of the Year award, which is voted for by journalists all over the country, as De Bruyne received 367 votes, while Robben clocked 94 and Neuer picked up 67.
“To be voted best player in a country abroad means a lot,” De Bruyne told Kicker after hearing the news. “This is the reward for my season.”