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Martin Skrtel was today crowned the Standard Chartered Liverpool FC Player of the Season for 2011-12.
The Slovakian clinched the award after fans voted for their star man of the campaign on this website.
Skrtel tallied an incredible 44 per cent of the 66,937 votes cast.
Luis Suarez was the runner-up with 33 per cent, while Daniel Agger clinched third after collecting four per cent.
2011-12 was Skrtel's most consistent season in a Liverpool jersey, with the 27-year-old cementing his place amongst the finest central defenders in Europe.
Our No.37 made a total of 45 appearances and helped himself to four goals, including a crucial equaliser in the Carling Cup final triumph over Cardiff City at Wembley in February.
Upon being presented with the award at Melwood, Skrtel told Liverpoolfc.tv: "It's a great feeling. It's my first big award at Liverpool and I'm very happy about it.
"I think it was my best season since I came to Liverpool and I'm happy with my performances. I hope I will carry on in this way.
"I scored more goals than in past seasons, and I also think the way I played was better than in past years.
"Thank you very much to everybody who voted for me. I will try to do my best next season as well and we'll see how I go on."
Stayed logged on to Liverpoolfc.tv on Tuesday for more from Martin Skrtel as he reflects back upon Liverpool's 2011-12 season.
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