It's a prestigious honour for Mooy, who has already been named in the EFL's overall and divisional teams of the year.

This team is voted for by his peers.

Mooy is on a season-long loan from Manchester City and has played 41 times for Huddersfield this season.

Town are fourth in the Championship with four games remaining and look odds-on for a place in the playoffs for a shot at promotion to the Premier League.

The Terriers Manager David Wagner heaped praise on the 26-year-old saying he "deserved' the recent accolades.
"If Aaron plays good  then usually the team plays good," Wagner said. "If Aaron plays very good then usually the team plays very good.
"He is a player who influences our game a lot. And, if you know how many miles he travelled as well, especially in the international breaks, it is unbelievable how consistenly he performs."