The 25-year old won the award ahead of Mount and Sterling
Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips has been voted England men's senior player of the year by fans, the national team said Wednesday.
The 25-year old won the award ahead of Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling.
Phillips enjoyed a breakthrough season at Leeds last term, helping Marcelo Bielsa's promoted side finish an impressive ninth in the Premier League.
He made his first appearance for England in September last year, quickly becoming a mainstay in central midfield and starting all games for the side at Euro 2020, where they lost to Italy in the final on penalties.
Gareth Southgate's men take on Hungary in World Cup qualifying Thursday, followed by games against Andorra and Poland.