Date: 10th May 2017 at 8:19pm
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Winger Helder Costa took four awards home with him from Wolverhampton Wanderers’ End of Season Dinner.

Winning both the Fans and Players’ Player of the Year award, he also took home Goal of the Season following his effort against Cardiff City and our top goalscorer gong with his return of 12.

The ordering of both Player of the Year votes was the same with Costa (fan vote 56%) in top spot, Dave Edwards (30%) in second and Conor Coady in third.

With Edwards reaching 500 appearances for club and country he also received a special framed photo on the evening.

Goal of the Season broke down with 28% to Costa, with Joe Mason taking 18% for his Birmingham effort, Andi Weimann with 13% for his Liverpool goal, and Costa again with 9% for this goal against Queens Park Rangers.

Young Professional Player of the Year went to Connor Ronan, with Morgan Gibbs-White taking Academy Player of the Year.

Women’s Player of the Year was Emma Cross with Fan of the Season going to Dylan Stephens.

The inaugural Rachael Heyhoe Flint award for services to the local community was handed to Keith Berry for his work with the Power Pleas and Birch Thompson Memorial Fund charities which she supported during her life.

Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple also confirmed that the Paycare lounge in the Stan Cullis Stand for disabled matchday access would take Rachael’s name whilst continuing it’s Paycare association.

Departed club secretary Richard Skirrow received a specially commissioned painting by former Wolves, now artist, Jody Craddock for his 20 year service.