ROBBIE Moore has crowned his first season in senior non-league football with a clean sweep of player-of-the-season honours at hometown club Runcorn FC Halton.
Moore, whose dad John played for the Linnets in the 1970s, took the football club and Supporters' Club awards, as well as the Young Supporters' PoY trophy.
Centre-half Moore has become a crowd favourite with some towering 100% performances in the heart of defence. And the ex-General Chemicals man showed his versatility by making the odd appearance at centre forward.
Signed last summer by Chris Lightfoot, he established himself under Alvin McDonald after getting a chance due to injuries and has battled on despite his own injury problems.
And current boss Steve Soley admits Moore will be one of the players he wants to keep if he continues as manager.
The player-boss was last night hoping to have discussions with chairman Dr Dave Robertson after a 'brief conversation' between the two over the future.
Runcorn are expected to formally confirm Prescot Cables as home for next season.
Asked about his own position, Soley said: 'I am trying to sort out the club. I am not really bothered about myself. I am just trying to get assurances and if it's right for the club, I will stay and if it's not, I will go.
'I am not asking for a massive budget or anything unrealistic.
'To be honest, I am getting sniped at from all corners. I've got some great players lined up and they want to come, but they don't want to join a club where there is a third party butting in all the time.'
Meanwhile, Matty McGinn won the the Supporters' Club's Noel Bell Memorial Trophy.
He looks set to be offered a new playing contract but has been persistently linked with new Nationwide North champions Southport.
Meanwhile, Lee Parle's comeback from the serious neck injury which forced his retirement in 2003-04 has seen the 20-year-old midfieldman scoop the Supporters' Club Home Man-of-the-Match award and the football club's Young Player of the Year title.