Alexia Putellas has been selected as Player of the Season for this term’s Women’s Champions League by a Uefa panel.
The Barcelona skipper, 28, whose side were defeated by Lyon in this year’s final, won the award after finishing as the contest’s top scorer.
And the Spain international is also included in the competition’s team of the season.
The line-up features an array of performers from the 2021-22 contest and is dominated by stars from Barcelona, Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain.
Players include PSG striker Marie-Antoinette Katoto, 23, who finished as the highest scorer in France’s top-flight this season.
Lyon’s Ada Hegerberg, 26, who netted the second goal in her side’s 3-1 final defeat of Barca is also featured.
Puttellas, who made 26 appearances for Barcelona in Spain’s top-flight last term, notched up 11 goals and two assists in Europe’s top club contest.
Efforts include the consolation for her side during their loss to Lyon in Turin in Italy.
The Barca skipper walloped in a goal close to half-time in this year’s Champions League decider after latching on to a cross from Caroline Graham Hansen.
This followed a thumping Lyon opener from Amandine Henry, Hegerberg’s header in the 23rd minute and Catarina Macario’s tap in.
Putellas scored 18 goals in 26 top tier appearances in Spain last term.
The midfield ace also covered a distance of roughly 33 miles (53.2kilometres) miles in the Champions League.
Her Player of the Season prize comes nine months on from Uefa naming her as their Women’s Player of the Year last August.