Goalkeeper Bobby Olejnik was named the foreveposh Player of the Year at the inaugural awards evening at the Holiday Inn.

Peterborough United goalkeeper Bobby Olejnik was named the foreverposh Player of the Year at the inaugural awards at the Holiday Inn on Tuesday evening.

Olejnik beat off competition from striker Britt Assombalonga to collect the top award, as voted for by supporters in foreverposh.

The foreverposh Away Travel Player of the Season was Mark Little with Danny Swanson the runner-up.

The Players' Player award was collected by Britt Assombalonga while the Goal of the Seaosn, as voted for by supporters on social media, went to defender Kgosi Ntlhe for his stunning strike against Bradford City.

Jermaine Anderson was named the foreverposh Young Player of the Year while Kyle Vassell scooped the Worst Dressed award after being nominated by several of his team-mates.

The evening concluded with the Outstanding Contribution to Peterborough United award, which was won by Tommy Robson.

The event was attended by over 250 people at the Holiday Inn with all of the players' and management in attendance. Each table of 10 included one member of the playing staff.

Guests were treated to a three-course meal and a comedian as well as a raffle and an auction with Johnstone's Paint merchandise proving very popular.

The Johnstone's Paint Trophy itself was in attendance with club photographer on hand to provide that perfect picture for guests.

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire will present their Player of the Season ahead of Saturday's Sky Bet League One fixture with Port Vale.