FWA FOOTBALLER OF THE YEAR 2013 - GARETH BALEGareth Bale was the winner of the 2013 Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year award.
The Wales midfielder topped the poll of journalists just ahead of Manchester United's Robin van Persie, who won the trophy by a landslide in 2012.
"When you look at all of the past winners, the legends of the game, this is a massive honour, and to be on the list with them now is a massive privilege," Bale said about the award.
"You always dream of things like this, whether they come true or not is another, but now that it has, it is a massive achievement for me, but one I could have not done without my team or my manager."
FWA Tribute Dinner 2013 - Steven GerrardSteven Gerrard felt "humbled" to be honoured as the recipient of the 2013 Football Writers' Association’s award at a gala tribute dinner in London's Savoy Hotel on Sunday January 20.
The Liverpool and England captain, 32, was presented with the prestigious accolade from FWA chairman Andy Dunn of the Sunday Mirror.
Gerrard - voted the FWA Footballer of the Year in 2009 - was touched to have been recognised for his achievements once again.
He said: "This award means a lot because these guys have followed me throughout my career, written about me and scrutinise your performances whenever I have played, to receive this award from the Football Writers' Association is a very proud night for myself and my family. I feel very flattered and humbled to receive it.”
FWA Tribute Dinner 2012 - Paul Scholes and Gary NevillePaul Scholes and Gary Neville were the joint recipients of the Football Writers' Association Tribute Award at a gala dinner at The Savoy Hotel in London on Sunday 22nd January 2012.
The event was given added significance as it came just a few weeks after Paul Scholes had come out of retirement to add to the 677 appearances he had made for Manchester United before calling it a day at the end of the 2010/11 season.
United legend Sir Bobby Charlton told FWA Chairman Steven Bates: "Paul and Gary are irreplaceable and the highest compliment I can pay them is that their legacy is as good as any who have played for this club."