THERE was double celebration for Tranmere Rovers with striker James Norwood and goalkeeper Scott Davies receiving prestigious awards.

Norwood has won the Sky Bet League Two Golden Boot award for the 2018/19 season, with Davies taking the Golden Glove.

Golden Boot is is the latest in a string of awards for Norwood, 28, whose goals fired Micky Mellon's side into the Sky Bet League Two Play-Offs.

He also picked up the Sky Bet League Two Player of the season award and was named in the PFA League Two Team of the Season.

He hit the ground running, scoring two goals in the opening game of the season and in doing so, was named player of the month for August.

Norwood had to wait to get his chance to shine in the Sky Bet EFL after a prolific record in the National League, with this being the seventh consecutive season that he's reached a double-figure haul.

On the Golden Boot award he said: "It's massive for me to win the award, obviously I came into this league to score goals and it's gone quite well!

"The biggest priority when you go into the season is to win something with the team, but personally I want to score goals and to be the highest scorer in the league is great.

"I've always been confident in my ability to score goals.

"I'd be disappointed not to get to 20 goals whichever league I play in. As a striker, that's the benchmark.

"Port Vale was the highlight for me, both left foot and the only two shots I had in the game, so you feel like you couldn't have done more."

Goalkeeper Scott Davies, 32, finished the season with 19 clean sheets, four ahead of Daniel Iverson of Oldham Athletic and Scott Brown of Port Vale.

His performances helped Tranmere to confirm a place in the Sky Bet Play-Offs, where they will face Forest Green Rovers.

On receiving the Golden Glove, he said: "I'm delighted, obviously we work hard every day to keep clean sheets and to be rewarded for that is lovely.

"When I signed for Tranmere and left Fleetwood, a few people had wrote me off, so to do this in my first season back in the League, I'm delighted.

"Without the players I've got around me, I wouldn't be able to do it, we work as a unit, Jacko (Michael Jackson) work very hard on the defensive side, and me and the defence pride outselves on clean sheets so this is for them as well."