Millwall midfielder Jed Wallace has been voted by you as the 33rd best player in the EFL.
Over the last month, we have been gathering votes from you to find the best managers and players in the EFL. And after counting the votes, we have discovered you think that Wallace is the 33rd best player in the Football League. This is the first time that he has been on this list.
The Lions surprised many this season by challenging for a spot in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs this season when most thought that they would be fighting against relegation. Lots of players contributed to how got that close to finishing in the top six and it would be fair to say that Wallace was one of them. Sometimes after performing well on loan at a club and getting that permanent deal off that, players can underperform. Wallace did not do that.
Instead Wallace got back to being at the best he showed at Portsmouth which marked him out as a star of the future. In his 47 appearances for the club he scored seven goals and also showed he was a creative force by making nine assists. And if you had any doubt he could mix it up at this level from his mediocre spell with Wolves, his performances against Bristol City, Leeds United and QPR proved he could be a top player in the Championship.
Wallace will want to push Millwall into the play-offs next season after missing out this time.