Hammer of the Year Winston Reid was not the only player to be honoured at the Club's 2012/13 Awards Dinner this week.

Mohamed Diame left the Grosvenor House Hotel clutching a fistful of awards, having claimed three of the supporter-voted prizes.

The 25-year-old midfielder was named as Best Signing, sponsored by Higgins Group, holding off competition from Andy Carroll and Jussi Jaaskelainen to land that award.

In addition, his memorable strike in the 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw with Manchester United was selected as Goal of the Season, sponsored by Carbon Neutral Investments, but Hammers supporters.

Diame's personal treble was completed with the honour of Best Individual Performance, sponsored by Mulalley and Co Limited, for his game-changing role in the famous 3-1 home win over Chelsea in December.

The No21 was delighted to receive such recognition for a fine campaign. Talking to West Ham TV about his Goal of the Season, he said: "It was very special. There was a good combination between Guy [Demel] and Ricardo [Vaz Te] down the right and I just tried to find the right power with the shot and it was great to see it go in.

"You are always happy when you do well in a game against a big team like Manchester United. You want to do well every time and it was a good match for me."

Read about all the Player Award winners on the night here.

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