A trio of Milton Keynes-based Luton Town FC players helped the Hatters to a recordbreaking season as they won the League 1 title to secure back-to-back promotions.
Jack Stacey and Harry Cornick, plus goalkeeper Harry Isted – who all live together in MK – helped the Hatters to a club record 28-game unbeaten run as Luton returned to the second tier of English football after a 12-year exile.
Town beat ex-MK Dons manager Karl Robinson’s Oxford United side 3-1 on the final day of the season to seal the title, earning the boys a week in Las Vegas, paid for by the club.
And it was an extra special season for Jack as the 23-year-old right-back was named Luton Town Supporters Trust Player of the Season, Junior Hatters’ Player of the Year and Internet Player of the Season, as well as being named in the official EFL League 1 Team of the Season.
Jack said: “What a season and what an honour to be named player of the year. “It could have been any of the lads after the season everyone has had. I can’t wait for next season now.”