Chester FC defender Ben Heneghan has received two nominations in the 2015 MBNA Northwest Football Awards.
The 21-year-old has been recognised for his outstanding performances during the 2014-15 campaign and now needs Blues fans to vote for him.
Now in their fourth year, the awards celebrate the achievements of the region's footballers, clubs and those involved in the game at a wide range of levels.
Heneghan has been shortlisted for the National League Player of the Year and Rising Star awards.
In the former, he is up against Altrincham's Tom Marshall, Macclesfield Town's George Pilkington and Southport's Luke Foster.
Altrincham's Jamie Lawrie, Macclesfield's Daniel Cowan and Southport's Charlie Joyce are his rivals for the latter.
Salford-born Heneghan signed for the Blues last August following his release from Premier Division club Stoke City.
Despite being an unknown when he arrived, the ex-Everton youngster went on to establish himself as an integral part of Steve Burr's side and scored an unforgettable last-gasp winner in the 2-1 defeat of Wrexham last September.
Heneghan featured 44 times in total, scoring eight times and making his debut for the England C team at the end of the season.
Among the other nominations for this year's awards is Chester-born Tom Heaton, who features on a five-strong shortlist form the Premier League Player of the Year award.
The Burnley goalkeeper faces stiff competition from Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, Everton defender Phil Jagielka, Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero and Manchester United keeper David de Gea.
Two years ago then Blues captain George Horan and the club's life president Barrie Hipkiss were among the winners at the 2013 awards.
Horan, now playing for Gap Connah's Quay in the Welsh Premier League, was named Conference Player of the Year after skippering the club to a hat-trick of titles.
Lifelong supporter Hipkiss, who has volunteered at the club for almost 50 years, won the Unsung Hero award.
Luke George, who swapped Southport for the Blues in the summer, won the Conference Player of the Year award for 2014.
Chester fans have until Friday, October 16 to vote for Heneghan and can cast their votes at www.northwestfootballawards.com/voting.