Football: Chris Wood cleans up at Burnley's end of season awards after Kiwi's goals sealed Premier League survival

All Whites striker Chris Wood's phenomenal Premier League season has been recognised by his club's fans and his teammates, winning Burnley's player of the season, and player's player of the season awards.

Wood, 29, scored 12 goals in 33 appearances for Burnley in the Premier League in the 2020/21 season, finishing as the club's most prolific player, as well as registering another three assists.

All up, Wood netted 12 of Burnley's 33 goals scored this season - more than 36 percent of the Clarets' total. His tally also gave Wood Burnley's top goalscorer award, his third honour of the evening.

The Kiwi's contribution helped Burnley finish the Premier League in 17th place, 11 points clear of the relegation zone.

Wood also created history in April by becoming the first New Zealander to score a Premier League hat-trick, finding the back of the net three times in Burnley's 4-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

At Burnley's end of season club awards, Wood took home the player of the year award, as well as the player's player of the year - voted for by his teammates.

The player of the year award was voted for by Burnley fans online, with Wood collecting the lion's share of the vote.

"Thanks to all of you for your support this season," Wood tweeted. 

"To my team mates, couldn't have done it without you."

Wood also passed the mark of 50 goals for Burnley, having scored in double figures in each of his last four seasons.