Salford City goalkeeper Václav Hladký has received the Sky Bet League Two Golden Glove award for the 2020/21 season.
Hladký saved an unimaginable 22 clear sheets in a marketing campaign the place Salford got here agonisingly close to reaching the Play-Offs.
The 30-year-old – who joined Salford from St Mirren in the summertime – secured the award after final day shutout within the 3-0 victory over Leyton Orient, from Cheltenham stopper Joshua Griffiths.
The award, which takes into consideration all league video games, and doesn’t embrace Play-Off fixtures, was offered to Hladký at full time.
Hladký said: “It’s a superb achievement for me and for the team as well. You may see the help from all of them season and I’ve really loved taking part in this season.”
The Sky Bet League Two Golden Boot was received by Cambridge United’s Paul Mullin, who scored 32 goals.