But will the pair be with Hatters next season?
Leon Barnett and David Bell were the big winners at the Luton Town end of season awards night.
Defender Barnett, 21, scooped the Player of the Year and Player's Player of the Season honours while winger Bell, 23, was named Internet Fans' Player of the Season and Young Supporters' Player of the Season.
Keith Keane won Goal of the Season for his effort in the 3-2 defeat at West Brom in January while goalkeeper Dean Brill landed Young Player of the Year.
Barnett told Luton Today: "In my first full season it's really nice to pick these up.
"I thought I might be possibly in the running for one of the awards, but I really didn't expect to pick up two."
Bell said: "For the first eight games of the season I was in the stands, not even on the bench, so if someone told me I'd be winning a Player of the Season award I would have laughed.
"But it's all about hard work and taking the chance with both hands when you get it."
While the two have been recognised for their efforts in a difficult season, which culminated in relegation from the Championship, fans are now concerned that the pair may be tempted away from Kenilworth Road.
Barnett, who has been linked with Premiership Reading, said: "That's just a rumour as far as I'm concerned; I haven't heard anything concrete.
"I've still got two years left on my contract and I'll just have to see what happens over the summer."
Bell said: "To be honest that sort of thing's out of my hands.
"I'm a Luton player and I'm happy here, but if an offer came about where I could stay in the Championship or at a higher level I'd be silly not to do so.
"In an ideal situation I'd like to stay in the Championship with Luton, but obviously that's not happening."
The night was held at the Vauxhall Recreation Club's Riverside suite and included a speech from ex-Hatter Kingsley Black.