CRAWLEY goalkeeper Glenn Morris has been named the club's player of the season.

The shot stopper enjoyed a fine campaign between the sticks for the Reds and was one of the brightest sparks of the season.

Morris made 46 appearances in League Two and managed to keep nine clean sheets.

It is the third time the 38-year-old has won the award since his arrival at the club from Gillingham in 2016.

After receiving the award, Morris said: "Another season done and dusted.

"Very honoured to have picked up a couple of awards last night.

"Thanks very much to all that voted."