THEY may not be the most popular duo among Bradford City fans, but there was no escaping the red-hot form of James Vaughan and Eoin Doyle last season.

The strikers have both been named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year, with Vaughan spending the campaign at Tranmere and Doyle at Bolton.

Vaughan, who is only 32, called time on his career at the end of the season, despite scoring 18 goals in 29 league games for Tranmere, before they lost in the play-off semi-finals to Morecambe.

The former England U21 international joined City in the summer of 2019, scoring 11 league goals in his one and only season.

But his interest was piqued by Tranmere, and he was accused of "going through the motions" by then-boss Stuart McCall last summer, before he had his contract terminated by mutual consent.

Players from the automatic promotion-winners, Cheltenham, Cambridge and Bolton, make up the bulk of the League Two side, with seven representatives.

That includes Doyle, who hit 19 goals for Wanderers, as he earned a second successive promotion from the fourth tier, following last year's success with Swindon.

Doyle initially went on loan to Swindon at the start of 2019/20, making a brief and unhappy return to City last January, before making a permanent move to the Robins later that month.

Doyle is joined in the 2020/21 Team of the Year by his Bolton team-mate Ricardo Santos.

Champions Cheltenham have Ben Tozer and William Boyle named in the XI, with Cambridge's Kyle Knoyle, Wes Hoolahan and 34-goal Paul Mullin also in.

Salford goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky, Newport's Josh Sheehan and Matt Jay of Exeter were also voted in.