Another award goes to Forster

Norwich City's most wanted man, goalkeeper Fraser Forster, has won a Macron Golden Gloves award. The 22-year-old - who City boss Paul Lambert is hoping to take on loan again next season - kept 22 clean sheets throughout the campaign, during which he made 42 appearances in all competitions for City and four appearances for Bristol Rovers.

Norwich City's most wanted man, goalkeeper Fraser Forster, has won a Macron Golden Gloves award.

The 22-year-old - who City boss Paul Lambert is hoping to take on loan again next season - kept 22 clean sheets throughout the campaign, during which he made 42 appearances in all competitions for City and four appearances for Bristol Rovers. Runner-up was Millwall's David Forde.

Championship winner is Swansea's Dorus De Vries who kept a total of 25 clean sheets in 48 appearances - five more than his closest rivals - Steve Harper and former Canaries loan keeper Lee Camp, of Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest respectively.

With 24 clean sheets in 48 appearances for Notts County, Kasper Schmeichel won the League Two award, with Shwan Jalal of Bournemouth second.