Hull City's big contenders for the coveted individual title heading into the final day


Just one game remains for Hull City to secure a place in the play-offs after the Tigers closed the gap to West Brom to two points in Saturday's six-goal thriller against Ipswich Town at the MKM Stadium, a valuable one Point.

City really needed all three points but after Liam Rosenior's men fought back three times to equalize against an Ipswich side hoping for automatic promotion, they take the point and head to Plymouth on Saturday.

As we approach the end of a vibrant Championship season, this has been a campaign to remember for Liam Rosenior and his City players, many of whom have developed brilliantly over the last nine months or so.

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And with only one game left, it's time to reflect on the players who were at their best, and there were plenty of them, but we've whittled the number down to just 10 for fans to vote on can.

To qualify for the title, players had to have played at least 25 league games, which unfortunately excludes the likes of Liverpool loanee Fabio Carvalho, who has scored nine goals in 19 appearances since joining in January.

Check out the nominees and then cast your vote below…

Alfie Jones

No player has played more games this season than the 44 that Alfie Jones has. The only game he missed was at QPR in December due to a knock and the Tigers lost 2-0 in one of their least impressive performances of the season, showing what a huge failure he was. Jones performed extremely impressively throughout the campaign and formed a great partnership with Jacob Greaves.