Cresswell scoops KUMB award

Jimmy Walker and Rufus Brevett were guests of honour at the annual KUMB awards night in the shadow of West Ham United's new Stadium
Aaron Cresswell has been named Player of the Year by readers of independent West Ham website
The 25-year-old full-back, who was recently crowned Hammer of the Year followed up that prestigious award with a double-scoop at the KUMB Awards.
In addition to being named Player of the Year Cresswell also picked up the Best Signing Award at the event, which was staged at The Cow in Westfield Stratford City, overlooking West Ham United's magnificent new home at the Olympic Stadium.
Ex-Hammer Jack Collison was also a double-winner on the night, picking up the Most Missed Award (for players who left the club within the last year) and the KUMB Podcast Guest of the Year award.
Elsewhere Reece Burke collected the Young Player of the Year award with a whopping 92 per cent of votes, whilst Enner Valencia won Goal of the Season for his wonderful effort at Hull City last September.
This season's Most Memorable Match was the 3-1 win over Liverpool last September, whilst  the KUMB readers' Most Improved Player of 2014/15 was Stewart Downing.
The event featured special guests Jimmy Walker and Rufus Brevett, both of whom featured for West Ham during Alan Pardew's tenure in the mid-2000s.
The duo, who used to room together when Hammers teammates, kept the audience fully entertained throughout the evening with hilarious stories of their time together at the club.