ALEX WOODYARD was delighted to cap his fine season by being voted Player of the Year by Concord Rangers supporters.

The former Southend United midfielder has been a giant in the middle of the park for the Vanarama South side this season and saw his efforts recognised with a call-up for England C.

After collecting his trophy at the Beachboys’ awards party at the Aspect Arena on Thursday night, Woodyard tweeted: “Thanks to all the fans and all the people who watch the games for voting me supporters’ player of the season.”

Outgoing manager Danny Cowley picked accomplished central defender Matty Fry as the Manager’s Player of the Year.

And goalkeeper Josh Vickers (pictured), who was on loan from Arsenal and looks destined for a big future in the professional game, was voted by his team-mates the Players’ Player of the Year.

The Golden Boot prize was shared by strikers Steve Cawley and Lewis Taaffe, who both scored 15 goals in all competitions.

And the Goal of the Season award went to one of Concord’s brightest young stars, Taylor Miles. The former West Ham youth teamer took the prize for his outrageous long-range volley in the 2-1 home league win over Chelmsford in February.