Reading star Lewis Wing is looking to back up his Player of the Season award with the EFL's Player of the Month honour for April.

The 28-year-old has enjoyed his best individual campaign of his career, picking up 11 goals and 10 assists as the Royals ended 17th in League One.

Four of Wing's strikes came in the month of April when the club officially guaranteed survival.

Scoring two direct free-kicks against Bristol Rovers and Burton Albion, his long-range piledrivers at Barnsley and Bolton Wanderers were from more than 100 yards out from goal collectively.

Reading Chronicle:

Bolton's Aaron Collins, who hit a hattrick in Reading's 5-2 defeat at the Toughsheet Stadium on Easter Monday, has been nominated alongside Wing, Oxford United' Mark Harris and Blackpool's Dan Grimshaw.

On the touchline, Ruben Selles misses out on a nomination as Matt Bloomfield (Wycombe Wanderers), Des Buckingham (Oxford United), John Mousinho (Portsmouth) and Paul Warne (Derby County) are up for the award.

Nobody connected to the club has won a monthly honour this season.