Date: 17th March 2016 at 7:02pm
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Name: Gylfi Sigurdsson
Position: Attacking Midfielder

Had we been looking at this at the end of 2015, the Iceland international wouldn’t have been in with a shout of this award, but some fine form in 2016 for the struggling Swans mean he is now right in contention for the end of season award.

Sigurdsson has netted seven league goals since the turn of the year, including crucial goals that have gained his team points against Everton, West Brom, Crystal Palace and Norwich City.

24th October 2015 - Barclays Premier League - Aston Villa v Swansea City - Gylfi Sigurdsson of Swansea City celebrates after scoring from a free kick (1-1) - Photo: Paul Roberts / Offside.

Sigurdsson celebrates after scoring a free kick against Aston Villa. Photo: Paul Roberts/Offside.

Name: Andre Ayew
Position: Forward

The Ghana international was seen as one of the best signings of the summer when he moved to the Liberty Stadium from Marseille in the summer, and he certainly didn’t disappoint in the opening few matches, picking up a number of goals and assists.

Things haven’t gone so well since then, but the forward has still enjoyed an impressive debut campaign in the Premier League, for a team that has spent much of the campaign struggling at the wrong end of the division.

Name: Ashley Williams
Position: Centre-Back

The Swansea captain has really had to step up in recent times to lead his team away from the relegation zone, and he has certainly helped do that, with the Swans currently eight points above the bottom three.

He has also netted twice, with one goal – the winner against Watford back in January – proving to be a real turning point in the south Wales club’s campaign.

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