Enzio Boldewijn has been urged to build on his prizewinning month.

The Crawley forward was named PFA League Two player of the month for January for his part in helping his side up the table.

Harry Kewell was a manager of the month nomination although Wycombe’s Gareth Ainsworth took the prize.

Kewell, whose side kick off a busy week by hosting Grimsby today, is delighted for the Dutchman but he wants to see more.

Kewell said: “Hopefully he can kick on and keep on going “For us it is important that people outside the club can see what’s happening here.

“For Enzio personally, he has just got to keep that ball rolling.

“He has got to believe in what we all know and see he can do, week in and week out.”

Reds go to leaders Luton in midweek and are at home to Lincoln next Saturday.

Their efforts in recent weeks have left them well-placed for their tough games ahead.

Kewell believes his prize nomination underlines the good work being carried out by his squad.

He said: “It’s nice to be recognised.

“It’s nice that my players are starting to be recognised for their performances as well. But this is a team game.

“I structure my session the way we want to play and my players fulfil that “Then they take the initiative to go out on a Saturday afternoon and complete the mission.

“For us it is about working together.”