Carlisle United had no players in the EFL's League Two team of the year - despite possessing the division's leading assists man.

Callum Guy has set up 14 goals in the league this term - four more than his nearest rival.

But there was no place for the midfielder in the divisional XI named by the League at its annual awards last night.

Nor did any of Guy's Blues team-mates make the running, such as Jon Mellish, who has hit 15 goals from midfield this season.

The select XI included two players from promoted Cheltenham, three from high-flying Cambridge, two from Salford, and one each from Crawley, Port Vale, Bolton and Exeter.

Team: Vaclav Hladky (Salford City); Kyle Knoyle (Cambridge United), Will Boyle (Cheltenham Town), Jordan Tunnicliffe (Crawley Town), Ibou Touray (Salford City); David Worrall (Port Vale), Wes Hoolahan (Cambridge United), Antoni Sarcevic (Bolton Wanderers), Chris Hussey (Cheltenham Town), Matt Jay (Exeter City), Paul Mullin (Cambridge United). Manager: Michael Duff (Cheltenham Town)

Prolific Cambridge striker Paul Mullin was named the division's player of the seasn after hitting 31 goals in 48 games so far in all competitions.

He got the nod over team-mate Wes Hoolahan and Forest Green's Jamille Matt.

Ex-Carlisle striker Charlie Wyke, meanwhile, was named in the League One team of the season.