Carlton captain Chris Judd has been voted the AFL's most valuable player for the second time in his career.
The reigning Brownlow medallist, who took home the award in 2006 when playing for West Coast, received the Leigh Matthew Trophy at the Crown Palladium on Monday night.
Judd was a dominant winner, polling 1347 votes with Collingwood's Scott Pendlebury (456) and Gold Coast captain Gary Ablett (389) a distant second and third respectively.
Judd is the fifth player to win the award twice and second after Greg Williams (Sydney and Carlton) to do it for two different clubs.
The 28-year-old also picked up the AFL's best captain award to add to his already massive trophy cabinet.
He was quick to play down the individual honours and paid tribute to his team-mates for helping him throughout the year.
"I think what really happened is Marc Murphy stepped up and just had such an amazing year that it really lightened the load on the rest of us," he said.
"Not just Murph, but the other midfielders as well have really had really strong years and that's made for a much lighter load on me."
In other awards, Essendon youngster Dyson Heppell backed up his Rising Star award with the best first-year player, while Brisbane captain Jonathan Brown was named the competition's most courageous player for third time in his career.