Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton and Jane Ross are on the three-player shortlist for the 2016 Etihad Player of the Season award.
The trio have lifted two trophies with Manchester City Women this season and one of them will lift an individual one when the winner is revealed at the End of Season Awards ceremony on Friday 2 December.
So, who will you choose? Make sure you cast your vote by Wednesday 30 November!
No stranger to individual and team success, 2015 England Player of the Year and BBC Sports Personality of the Year nominee Lucy Bronze had a lot to live up to – and she did.
A constant in Nick Cushing’s starting XI throughout the season, the right-back’s defensive solidity and lung-busting attacking runs were crucial in helping her side to a league and cup double.
The defender also chipped in with some important goals – five in total. Most notably in the Continental Tyres Cup final and in the Champions League, with two in two games against Zvezda Perm.
An ever-present in the City line-up since her arrival on New Years’ Day 2014, the captain has clocked up 57 total appearances in sky blue.
A committed, passionate and inspirational leader, the England skipper is one of the first names on the teamsheet – and she’s been influential in ensuring City have been almost impenetrable at the back this season.
With last-ditch tackles, important clearances and a couple of vital goals to her name, Houghton has led by example. Her dedication and love of the game – and Club – shines through week by week.
Signed in November 2015, Jane Ross could not have dreamed of a better debut season with the Blues.
The Scotland international completed the year as the Club’s top scorer with 13 goals in all competitions – some of those were crucial.
Hard-working, clinical and strong, the striker has slotted seamlessly into Cushing’s side and has played a pivotal role in City’s double-winning campaign.