IT'S "happy days" for Accrington Stanley midfielder Ian Craney after he scooped up another two awards.
The 23-year-old was crowned the Non League Paper's Player of the Year - covering all non-league players - and also collected the Conference Player of the Year award voted on by the readers of the twice-weekly national newspaper.
He has added these to the Player of the Year prize he collected last week at the glittering Conference awards ceremony in Birmingham, voted by all the Conference managers.
"I can't believe it!" said Craney. "Three trophies in a week - it is not bad going really.
"And these two have been voted by the public so that means a lot as well."
This year's trophies and certificates will go alongside the UniBond Player of the Year award he won two years ago with his old club Altrincham.
"I am going to have to open a special room in my house for all the awards! Happy days indeed.
"It has been a brilliant year and it just seems to keep going. I hope I can win as many awards next year. I will be made up if I do."
England player Craney is expected to sign a new deal with the club which will keep him at Stanley until 2008 when the Reds return to training at the end of June.