The fans have chosen Cesc Fabregas as their EA SPORTS Player of the Season.
The Arsenal captain had an outstanding 2009/10 campaign, scoring 19 goals in all competitions and finishing joint top of the Premier League assist charts despite missing 11 games through injury.
Arsène Wenger's decision to adopt a 4-3-3 formation last summer gave Fabregas license to attack and the Spaniard revelled in his new-found freedom from the first game, scoring a brace at Everton.
Fabregas' reputation as Arsenal's talisman grew as the campaign unfolded.
He memorably came off the bench to beat Aston Villa with two world-class goals in December and was the driving force behind the Club's challenge for honours at home and in Europe before he cracked his fibula against Barcelona in April.
Typically, the skipper suffered his injury while winning a vital penalty - which he duly converted.
Fabregas received 49.8 per cent of the votes cast by Arsenal fans, leaving his team-mates trailing in his wake.
Thomas Vermaelen finished second in the official Club poll with 22.1 per cent of the vote - an impressive return in his first season at Emirates Stadium.
Alex Song was third after an excellent campaign in the defensive midfield role. And Robin van Persie claimed fourth place despite missing the majority of the season through injury.
|Player||% of votes|
|Robin van Persie