Worcester City chairman Dave Boddy hailed Des Lyttle after the veteran captain scooped Worcester City's Players' Player of the Year award.

Lyttle, 34, who rejoined City from Forest Green last summer for the second spell of his career, collected his award at the club's weekend end-of-season presentation evening.

Leading goalscorer Adam Webster picked up the Supporters' Player of the Year, 17-year-old Sam Wedgbury, now at Sheffield United, scooped the Young Player of the Year, while goalkeeper Lewis Skyers landed the Most Improved Player gong.

Boddy, paying tribute to defender Lyttle, said: "Af-ter settling into the side, Des has been a model of consistency, as has Chris Smith and Justin Thompson in the back three.

"Des has been an excellent leader to the younger players at St George's Lane."