Watford's Ben Foster has been nominated for goalkeeper of the year at the London Football Awards for a second year running.

The 36-year-old won the award last season for his performances that helped the Hornets achieve their highest ever Premier League finish and, despite things being less positive this season, Foster has still managed to keep eight clean sheets, with only Nick Pope, Alisson and Dean Henderson keeping more in the top flight.

The former West Brom man has made the sixth highest number of saves in the Premier League this season, with 81 stops made so far in 2,340 minutes of football.

He will be up against fellow nominees Bernd Leno from Arsenal, West Ham's Lukasz Fabianski, Brentford's David Raya and Vicente Guaita of Crystal Palace.

The winner of the prize will be revealed at the award ceremony on Thursday, March 5.