Adam Legzdins wins Burton Albion awards double
Burton Albion goalkeeper Adam Legzdins was named players' and supporters' player of the year on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old played a vital role in securing the club's League Two survival and was the favourite to win the awards at the event at the Pirelli Stadium.
Legzdins joined the Brewers in July 2010 after turning down a new contract with Crewe Alexandra.
He started his career at Birmingham City and spent time on loan at a host of clubs before joining Crewe in 2008.