Voting has now opened for the Young Player of the Year 2015.
As revealed last week, Valley Gold members have been given the chance to select this season's Young Player of the Year. Online voting is now open on the Valley Gold website, and will remain open until April 25th, after which any votes cast will not be included.
Members also have the opportunity to vote in person at the Valley Gold window in the West Stand at the April 18th fixture against Leeds United. For either method, members must provide their Valley Gold number in order to vote.
The winner will be presented at the club’s Player of the Year event on Sunday, May 3rd.
Rich Pemberton, who sits on both the Valley Gold Management Committee and the Supporters' Trust board, commented, "This is in appreciation of the enormous contribution Valley Gold members have made to Charlton's Academy - which once again this year will exceed six figures - and it is meaningful that the winning candidate will be selected by those supporters who have committed money to help them progress into the first team."
Academy Manager Steve Avory and First Team Coach Damian Matthew have made three nominations from which Valley Gold members will select their winner:
Jordan has now made 90 appearances at first team level, with 43 of them being this season.
He has been a regular in this campaign and proved his versatility in playing across the midfield. He has been at his most consistent in the recent run of improved team performances under Guy Luzon.
Morgan has made 30 appearances at first-team level this season. The left-back took his opportunity when Rhoys Wiggins was a long-term injury victim earlier in the season and produced a consistent run of form – which also earned him further call-ups to the Wales U21 squad.
Still just 17, Gomez has now made 21 appearances for the first team this season. He has capably deputised for Chris Solly at right-back when needed and more recently played at his original academy position of centre back. He has also represented his country at U19 level annd played for the victorious England side in the UEFA European U17 Championship where he was named in the team of the tournament.