ARGYLE manager Derek Adams heaped praise on Luke McCormick as the Pilgrims goalkeeper collected another award for his performances last season.
Luke was named Player of Year for 2014-15 by the Argyle Vice Presidents Association, who popped in to Home Park on Thursday to present Luke with his trophy.
McCormick was part of an Argyle defensive unit that were among the meanest in the Football League last season, and played all but 45 minutes of the Pilgrims' extended season. He has started this campaign in fine form, too, and pleased his new manager, Derek Adams.
"I think he's probably one of the best goalkeepers in the league," said Derek. "He has been a good servant to the football club. I think that this season he has performed very well."
With fellow pro goalkeeper James Bittner still recovering from an injury, keeping him out for a further three to four weeks, Luke has youngster Cory Harvey challenging him for game time. McCormick however, is always putting his all in to training.
"I think that he's got a very good personality," said Derek. "He's got an excellent work ethic and he's obviously played at a very high level. That experience can only help the players in front of him."