Tchite (left) poses with his Ebony trophy with second-placed Hassan
DR Congo striker Mohamed Tchite has been named Belgium's Player of the Year by his fellow professionals.
The 23-year-old, who plays for Anderlecht, was presented with the award on Sunday at a ceremony in Spa.
Tchite finished ahead of his Egyptian team-mate Ahmed Hassan with Germinal Beerschot striker Francois Sterchele coming third.
The Congolese striker succeeds Moroccan team-mate Mbark Boussoufa, who won the award last season while at Gent.
Tchite played a big part in Anderlecht's 29th title success this season.
He scored 20 times to finish one goal behind Sterchele in the Belgian scorers' chart.
The award is Tchite's second this month after winning the Ebony Boot award three weeks ago.
Hassan also came second in the prize awarded to the best African player (or football player of African origin) in Belgium.