Cecs Fabregas feels that his PFA Young Player of the Year award is recognition of a team effort.
The Arsenal midfielder was honoured as the best youngster in the country by his peers at the awards ceremony in London on Sunday night, but insists that his fine season has been down to being surrounded by talented team-mates.
The Spanish international scooped the award ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, Micah Ricards, Ashley Young, Gabriel Agbonlahor and Fernando Torres.
He admits that he is flattered to have been handed such a prestigious title, and hopes that his personal success will help to east the pain of a trophyless season for the Gunners.
"I am very proud because it is always satisfying for yourself, but all the team worked really hard this season and it's been disappointing at the end," he Fabregas told Sky Sports.
"But at least someone can get something.
"But this is for all the team, and all the fans, because all together we have had good season even though we haven't won anything at the end.
"This is thanks to them as well."
Source: Sky Sports
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Don't he look suave! Congratulation, Cesc! You deserve it! :)
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