Peterborough United striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has gained the Sky Bet League One Golden Boot award for the 2020/21 season.
Filling the sneakers of last year’s Golden Boot winner Ivan Toney was by no means going to be straightforward, however Clarke-Harris has been greater than as much as the duty, scoring 31 goals and inspiring his side to the Sky Bet Championship within the course of.
With a goal each 126 minutes within the league for Clarke-Harris, it’s no shock that Darren Ferguson’s males discover themselves the top scorers within the division as soon as once more, and secured promotion with video games to spare.
The award, which takes into consideration all league video games, and doesn’t embrace Play-Off fixtures, was introduced to Clarke-Harris earlier than the final sport of the season – a 4-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers.
Clarke-Harris said: “It has been a great season for me personally. I said a couple of month in the past that the person trophies wouldn’t imply as a lot if we didn’t get promotion however now that has been achieved I can look back and be pleased with the season that I’ve had.
“I need to say thanks to my team-mates as a result of with out them I wouldn’t have achieved the goals that I’ve carried out.”
The Sky Bet League One Golden Glove was gained by Blackpool’s Chris Maxwell, who stored 21 clear sheets.