A fourth gong for the Welshman, while Sir Alex Ferguson wins manager of the year.
Gareth Bale has been named Barclays Premier League Player of the Year.
The Tottenham Hotspur winger adds the accolade to his double PFA Player and Young Player of the Year, and Football Writers’ Player of the Year awards, making it a clean sweep of top gongs for the 23-year-old.
Bale is the first Tottenham player and first Welshman to be named Player of the Year.
Retiring Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was named Manager of the Year, after guiding the Red Devils to their 21st league title.
Bale has scored 20 league goals for Spurs since season and almost single-handedly kept the club in the hunt for Champions League football with his barnstorming displays.
The former Southampton star has directly contributed to 19 goals in his last 17 outings for the north London side.
Ferguson, meanwhile, succeeds Alan Pardew as Manager of the Year after winning his 13th title in his final season at Old Trafford.