Heung Min Son has been voted as Tottenham’s Legends’ Player of the Season to go with the four individual accolades he claimed at the end-of-season awards last month.
The South Korean was named as One Hotspur Player of the Season, One Hotspur Juniors’ Player of the Season and Official Supporters’ Clubs Player of the Season, to go with the Goal of the Season award for his stunning solo effort in the win over Burnley in December.
Votes were made by a host of club legends – including former captain Graham Roberts and Micky Hazard – with the 28-year-old the standout winner.
Son finished the campaign with 18 goals in 41 appearances in all competitions, whilst also adding 11 assists. And had it not been for some late form from Harry Kane in the final weeks of the season, Son would have ended as Spurs’ top goalscorer for the first time.
However, despite missing out on that, it was another impressive season for Son, whose now scored 18+ goals in four years on the bounce – and it could have been far better had he not missed six games due to a fractured arm he suffered at Aston Villa in February.