THE ACCOLADES and prizes have continued to pour in for Ireland's Gavin Bazunu.
The former Shamrock Rovers keeper was rewarded with the Players’ Player of the Season at Pompey’s 2021/22 awards dinner on Sunday.
The 20-year-old received the most votes from his team-mates and collected the trophy from Portsmouth's captain Clark Robertson,
The Ireland keeper was also named Player of the Season by guests at the gala ceremony in the Victory Lounge and received that prize from Cowley.
Bazunu joined Pompey on a year-long-loan from Premier League champions Manchester City last year.
🏆 Player of the Season, voted by the fans tonight...
🌟 Gavin Bazunu 🌟 #Pompey pic.twitter.com/OFb4FH1xbm
— Portsmouth FC (@Pompey) May 1, 2022
He's managed 41 appearances for Pompey this season, registering 17 clean sheets
This weekend Danny Cowley made a bold prediction about his future
"Let me tell you now: he is world-class. He will be a world-class goalkeeper", he said.
Speaking on what comes next, he said
“I want to play football at the highest level, but don’t look too far ahead. I’ll just take it one day at a time and see where it takes me.
“I have a massive respect for this squad and how they’ve welcomed me. It’s a great group of lads to play with.”
Another Irishman Ronan Curtis was named Community Player of the Season for his impressive displays on the left wing this season