Peterborough striker Craig Mackail-Smith was named npower League One player of the year at the Football League awards.

Mackail-Smith remains a transfer target for Norwich after a stellar season which has seen him score 27 goals. He beat Brighton striker Glenn Murray and Charlton's Bradley Wright-Phillips to the award.

He said: "This is my proudest moment in football."


 

The striker added: "I have worked my way up from non-league and to be named the best player in the division with the quality of players in League One is just fantastic."

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