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LOV Awards: Vote For Fan's Player of the Year

It's the Lion of Vienna end-of-season awards - get your vote in now!

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You all love (maybe) to hear our views, but now it's time for you to cast your vote, and decide who wins the coveted LOV Fan's Player of the Year award. Will it match the writers' choices? You'll find out soon, but for now - let's look at the potential winners.

1) Liam Feeney

Only joking.

The Real 1) Josh Vela

Josh has gone from a prospect with a bright future to a first-team fixture with an incredible future. Most often utilised as a right-back, he has made the position his own and held off the likes of Kevin McNaughton and Hayden White to rack up over 35 appearances for the club.

2) Eidur Gudjohnsen

The Icelandic hitman came 'home' in December, making his second debut for the club as a second-half substitute for Darren Pratley in a goalless draw with Ipswich Town at the Macron Stadium on 13 December. A reliable and impressive performer, he improved as the season wore on, showing his undoubted class making him one of the must-picks in Neil Lennon's Bolton Wanderers side.

3) Zach Clough

What can you say about the greatest prospect the club has produced in the last twenty years? He exploded onto the scene in the January FA Cup win over League One's Wigan Athletic (I love saying that) - scoring the winner. He would go on to notch twice on his senior league debut later that month against Wolverhampton Wanderers in a 2-2 draw. Clough won the penalty that gave Eidur the opportunity to score the opening goal in a 1-2 loss at home to Liverpool in an FA Cup fourth round replay, after the match, former Wanderer Fabrice Muamba described him as the best player on the pitch. He scored his 6th goal in 9 games in a match against Brighton. It was soon after that he was the victim of a heinous challenge in a game against Reading FC that ruled him out until the summer.

4) Tim Ream

Everyone's favourite American, after Stephen Amell (who is actually Canadian), Tim Ream has had another solid and consistent season at the club. Shrugging off rumours of a January bid from his old MLS side New York Red Bulls, Ream has made the left-back spot his own.

Still hasn't scored though, which is annoying.

5) Darren Pratley

For so long the butt of fan's jokes, the Dazzler has gone from a laughing stock to one of the first names on the team sheet. He missed the last two months of the season through injury, but that shouldn't take away from the excellent season that he had.

So now it's time for you to decide. Vote now or forever reget now.