Wycombe Wanderers defender Jason McCarthy rounded off a brilliant season back at Adams Park by winning the Supporters Player of the Year award and Goal of the Season award.

McCarthy has been a virtual ever present this season since signing from Barnsley last summer and has impressed hugely with his marauding displays from right-back.

He also scooped the goal of the season gong for his wonderful free kick in the crucial win against Walsall on Easter Monday.

McCarthy said: "I didn't expect to get the award for goal of the season.

"Out of the two free kicks [the other against Shrewsbury] that one probably wasn't as good. It was very nice to get the award and it could have been one of many and I am very grateful to win this.

"I am really grateful to the gaffer to give me the opportunity to show the hard work I have been putting in and I think with something like set pieces it is repetition and practice and I work really hard at it on the training ground."

McCarthy was also proud to be crowned Supporters Player of the Year and admitted he was really pleased with how he had performed through the course of the season.

He added: "I have been pleased with how I have been playing and that is all down to the manager.

"He has kept the faith with me and even the odd game where I might not have been to the level I wanted to he just keeps putting me in the team.

"When you have that from a manager it just gives you the freedom to go out there and play and I would run through a brick wall for the gaffer so all credit to him and the fans for cheering more on every week.

"I have fallen back in love with the game and it has been an amazing season and one I will remember at the end of my career for many reasons."