Harry Kane has been named Player of the Year at the London Football Awards Kane beat Heung-min Son, Mason Mount, Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka also picked up the Young Player of the Year prize West Ham boss David Moyes won Manager of the Year for an impressive season Tottenham striker Harry Kane saw off competition from team-mate Heung-min Son to be crowned Premier League Player of the Year at the London Football Awards.
The England captain has had another impressive season for Spurs with 31 goals and 16 assists in all competitions. The forward is also the leading scorer in the Premier League with 21 strikes.
As well as beating Son to scoop the prize, Kane was picked ahead of Chelsea’s Mason Mount and West Ham duo Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane has been named Player of the Year at the London Football Awards
The Young Player of the Year prize, however, went to the other side of north London.
Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka won that category ahead of Mount, Rice, Reece James and his Gunners team-mate Emile Smith Rowe.
Saka has eight goals and seven assists in all competitions and has played a key role in helping his side reach the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka beat team-mate Emile Smith Rowe to land the Best Young Player gong
West Ham boss David Moyes picked up the manager’s award after a hugely impressive season at the London Stadium.
The Hammers are currently fifth in the table and still have a chance of qualifying for the Champions League, despite only just avoiding relegation last term.
Hammers shot-stopper Lukas Fabianksi was named Best Goalkeeper after keeping nine clean sheets this season.
There was more prizes for Tottenham as Erik Lamela picked up the Goal of the Season award for his superb rabona against Arsenal in March.
West Ham boss David Moyes picked up the Manager of the Year prize for an impressive season
In the Women’s football awards, Chelsea’s Fran Kirby took home Player of the Year title. In the Women’s football awards, Fran Kirby took home Player of the Year and her Chelsea team-mate Niamh Charles picked up the gong for best youngster.
Kirby has notched up 10 goals and 14 assists in the WSL this season with the Blues on course for another title.
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson received the Outstanding Contribution to London Football award while Ivan Toney receieved the EFL Player of the Season.
The Brentford striker has netted an impressive 29 goals in the Championship since joining the Bees from Peterborough in the summer.