Joey Barton scooped the Player of the Year award, as voted for by the fans, at the club’s celebration at Turf Moor.
The Clarets midfielder was named amongst the winners alongside Ben Mee, Andre Gray and Scott Arfield.
After a magnificent season, where the champions kept 20 clean sheets, Mee was named by his teammates as the Players’ Player of the Year.
Scott Arfield’s strike against Blackburn Rovers was voted the club’s goal of the season by the room and Andre Gray was named top goalscorer.
Club legend Michael Duff also announced his retirement and will now take up a coaching role within the Academy.
Scott Arfield recieves his Centurions award from Brendan Flood and sponsors O'Neill Plumbing
Dean Marney gets his Centurions award for 200 appearances, clocked up at Charlton from Brendan Flood and sponsors O'Neill Plumbing.
David Jones picks up his Centurions award for 100 appearances from Brendan Flood and sponsors O'Neill Plumbing.
The captain gets a Centurions award for clocking up 100 appearances from Brendan Flood and O'Neill Plumbing.
Andre Gray picks up his Top Goalscorer award from sponsors Burnley FC in the Community
Tommy Wood was crowned Youth Team Player of the Year and given his award by sponsors DRN Sports
Ben Mee picks up his Players' Player of the Year award from sponsors Forbes Solicitors
Scott Arfield's goal against Blackburn Rovers was named the 'Goal of the Season' and he was presented the award by sponsors North Valley Metal
Joey Barton picked up his Player of the Year award from chairman Mike Garlick and was mobbed by fans.