Nigeria international Faith Ikidi has been named best player of 2017 by Swedish Damallsvenskan side Pitea IF.
The 30-year-old moved to LF Arena from Linkoping in 2011 and penned a new contract this November, extending her stay with Stellen Carlsson's ladies until 2019.
The Super Falcons star contributed two goals in 22 games – her sixth goal in seven-season in the colours of Pitea and eighth since her move in Sweden in 2009.
Her two goals were the winners in the 2-0 win over KIF Örebro, which ultimately inspired Pitea fourth-place finish.
And the 2016 African Women's Cup of Nations Cup winner is pleased winning her side's prize for the third time - she previously won it in 2011 and 2015.
"I just received a surprise award in training this evening player of the year For the third time 2011,2015 and 2017," Ikidi posted on her Facebook page.
"What can I say than to thank almighty God for the grace, thanks to my coaches and players for the part of my success. Since I just Pitea IF with no regret thank you all and thanks to Kuriren bollen. Grateful heart, God is the reason for the season# Indeed is my year of flourishing."
She became the first African to hit 200th appearance in Damallsvenskan this term and was nominated for the best defender of 2017- an award she scooped in 2015.