Lee Gregory and Shaun Williams are runner-up
Nadjim 'Jimmy' Abdou has been crowned Millwall's Player of the Year 2014/15 after winning this season's fans' award with 49.32 per cent of the total votes cast.
The midfielder, 30, has been in consistent form once again this season, and joins an elite group of players including Barry Kitchener, Derek Possee and Bryan King to have won the award on more than one occasion.
Lee Gregory (18.2 per cent) and Shaun Williams (10.95 per cent) finished second and third respectively.
"I am honoured and of course very proud," said Jimmy, who first won the award in 2011/12. "But it is something I didn't expect or even really think about.
"It has been a very difficult season, and we are still fighting to stay in the Championship, so that is what is on my mind.
"But thank you to everyone for this, it really means a lot."
Jimmy has made 35 appearances this season and scored a memorable header against Wigan last week - his first goal in two years - to set The Lions on their way to a 2-0 win.
The full list of awards are as follows:
Player of the Year - Jimmy Abdou
First runner-up - Lee Gregory
Second runner-up - Shaun Williams
Schoolboy Player of the Year - James White
Junior Lions Player of the Year - Lee Gregory
Young Player of the Year - Sid Nelson