Reading-born Dominic Solanke has been named in the PFA Championship Team of the Season.

The AFC Bournemouth goal getter notched 29 times as the Cherries were promoted back to the Premier League as runners-up to Fulham.

Once in the Royals Academy, Solanke made his name as a youth prodigy at Chelsea before a move to giants Liverpool.

One goal at Anfield in two years convinced Eddie Howe to pay a reported £19m for the Berkshire-born star, who scored just four in his first two campaigns on the South Coast.


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Upon relegation to the second tier, he has bagged 45 goals in two seasons to earn another crack at the top-flight aged just 24.

Scott Parker's outfit had three in the Team of the Season, with defender Lloyd Kelly and midfielder Phil Billling joining Solanke.

League champions Fulham had five in the team, with Tosin Adarabioyo, Tim Ream, Harry Wilson, Fabio Carvalho, Aleksandar Mitrović joining Huddersfield Town keeper Lee Nicholls, Djed Spence of Nottingham Forest and Ben Brereton Diaz of Blackburn Rovers.

Solanke scored in both home and away matches with the Royals as Bournemouth went unbeaten against Paul Ince's side.