A career best 12 goals from the wing and clean-sweep of the awards, no wonder Owen Dale was pleased with his contribution last season.
Owen Dale says that he is delighted with the way his season went after accepting a clean sweep of the Player-of-the-Year awards and Goal of the Season for his stunning overhead kick at Burton.
Dale won four awards and was pleased that his form this season has been recognised by supporters and his fellow team-mates alike.
Dale, 22, scored a career best 12 goals in all competition and ran top scorer Mikael Mandron close for the top scorer accolade at the club right up until the final day. Mandron’s brace in our 3-2 win over Shrewsbury Town saw him go clear.
On winning his four awards, the Warrington-born winger was grateful and thankful for all the help he has received from management and teammates in become the threat he has become this season.
Owen told ifollow: “I am happy and proud to receive four awards and it has been a good season for me. I am very happy with the way it has gone but I am just thankful to the management team, the fans and most of all the boys, because they give me the chance to express myself and the freedom to do what I do.
“They allow me to play with that freedom and I’m just proud that they voted for me. It has to be the highlight of my career so far. If someone had said to me at the start of the season that I would end it for four awards, I probably wouldn’t have believed them.
Owen added: “I know there is more to come from me and hopefully I can win a few more awards because it would mean I and the team were doing well.”