Zavon Hines, Julien Faubert, Carlton Cole and Alessandro Diamanti were all recognised along with Scott Parker - who won a hat-trick of prizes - at the 2009/10 End of Season Gala Dinner at the London Hilton on Tuesday night.

Hines was voted Young Hammer of the Year, Faubert was the winner of the Best Performance of the Season, Cole was the top scorer and Diamanti was the runner-up in the main award of the night which, to no one's surprise, went to Parker. Click here to read more about the 2009/10 Hammer of the Year.

The entire first-team squad were in attendance at the Park Lane venue, with 800 gathered guests in the Grand Ballroom having already been treated to a performance by Stacey Solomon while hosting duties were performed by comedian James Corden. Joint-chairman David Gold did the welcome speech, while the night also honoured the 1980 FA Cup final team and Academy Director Tony Carr.

whufc.com will have full coverage of all the award winners to come, while there will be exclusive interviews on WHUTV including Robert Green interviewing James Corden and all the main winners sharing their thoughts immediately after claiming their honours.

The winners

* Young Hammer of the Year sponsored by Pubpals - Zavon Hines

* Goal of the Season sponsored by Floyd Investments - Scott Parker v Chelsea

* Top Goalscorer sponsored by Kinetics - Carlton Cole

* Best Individual Performance sponsored by Compass - Julien Faubert v Hull City

* Players' Player sponsored by Winged Boots - Scott Parker

* Hammer of the Year sponsored by Vantis runner-up - Alessandro Diamanti

* Hammer of the Year sponsored by Vantis winner - Scott Parker

Scott Parker