Watford celebrated a record breaking term in the Premier League on Thursday evening with the club's official end of season award ceremony. 

The Graham Taylor OBE Player of the Season award was presented to midfielder Etienne Capoue for his consistently impressive, domineering appearances in the centre of the park. 

Meanwhile, goal of the season, which was voted for online by supporters, went to Gerard Deulofeu for his sublime chip in the FA Cup semi-final that helped the Hornets reach the final for the first time since 1984. 

Deulofeu was also awarded Individual Performance of the Season for his role in the same game. 

Elsewhere, Players' Player of the Season went to the 2006/07 Player of the Season Ben Foster for his assured performances between the sticks. 

Foster attributed the award to the fact he brings crisps and chocolate to every away game and used his speech to urge Heurelho Gomes to sign a contract extension.

Domingos Quina won the Young Player of the Season accolade, while the presentations began with Paul Robinson becoming the latest inductee into the club's Hall of Fame.

The former left-back was given a standing ovation as he made his way to the stage to collect his award before giving an emotional and heartfelt speech about his affection for his hometown club.

Three further awards - Academy Player of the Year, the Community Ambassador and Supporter of the Season - will be presented after Sunday's final league game of the campaign against West Ham United.