Joe Newell has spoken of his delight at scooping three awards at the club's end of season presentation events.

Newell was named the BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Player of the Year as voted for by the sports team and then followed that success by scooping two awards at the foreverposh end of season presentation evening following the 4-3 success over Crawley Town.

The 22-year-old was named the Away Travel Player of the Year and then the Player of the Year and admitted he was stunned to collect the trio of awards.

'Obviously I am very proud and thankful to everyone who voted for me. It was a nice moment for me.

'I said last season that consistency is what I needed to bring into my game so for this year to go as well as it has is obviously great for me, but I know there is more to come.

'To win three major awards is brilliant. A lot of good players have won this award in the past, the likes of Dwight Gayle and Britt Assombalonga in recent seasons and they have gone on to have great careers.

'Of course, if I am honest, I am not going to look back on it as a great season because we didn't achieve what we wanted to as a team. It has been a little positive on what has not been the greatest of campaigns,' Newell said.