Mohamed Salah has been named the PFA Player of the Year.
"It's a big honour. I've worked hard and I'm very happy to win it,'' Salah said at the ceremony on Sunday evening.
Asked what it meant to become the first Egyptian to win the award, he said: "Hopefully I'm not the last one! I'm very proud to win and I've worked very hard.''
Salah beat out Kevin De Bruyne, Harry Kane, David Silva, Leroy Sane and David De Gea for the award.
Salah has three Premier League games remaining and could match Andy Cole's record of 34 goals in a 42-game season set in 1993-94.
"You're comparing your name with some great names,'' he said, on the prospect of breaking the record. "To break the Premier League record is something huge in England and all over in the world.
"There are still three games to go. I want to break this record and also break the one for [42-game season]. Let's see what will happen.''