Curtis Thompson has rounded off a superb season by winning the Wycombe Wanderers Players' Player of the Year award.

Thompson signed from Notts County on an initial short-term contract last summer but has been hugely impressive for the Chairboys this term putting in a series of combative displays in the engine room.

The former Magpie was delighted to pick up the award on Sunday evening. He said: "It means a lot to win this.

"It is unbelievable. To come in on a six-month contract and then extend my contract. Then on top of that to stay up this season and getting Players' Player of the Season is unbelievable considering where I was last season.

"I came here on loan and tried to get in the team and then we got promoted. It has been unbelievable.

"The gaffer [Gareth Ainsworth] and Dobbo have played a big part in training and telling me where I need to improve. I am so grateful to be working under them and I am very happy with how the season has gone."

In recent weeks, a long-standing shoulder problem has hindered Thompson, so much so that he was forced to miss the game against Fleetwood on Saturday.

However, he has promised he will be raring to go next season.

He added: "I have had my shoulder strapped heavily because I dislocated my shoulder away at Charlton in September.

"Then I aggravated it more and it has been a problem. But I want to play and you have to take the pain sometimes and that's what you have to do. It has been difficult but you just get on with it and have to deal with these things."