Leeds United defender Lewis Coyle has returned to the club following the conclusion of his loan spell at Sky Bet League One side Fleetwood Town, and he is not empty handed.
Coyle had an excellent season at the Fylde Coast club, and he was rewarded for his campaign, winning two awards at the club’s end of season award’s evening.
As you can see from the tweet above, the 22-year-old won the Players’ Player of the Year, and the Junior Cod Army Player of the Year.
He is pictured above with club captain Nathan Pond.
Lewis Coyle played 36 times for the Sky Bet League One club since joining the club in summer, and will now return to Elland Road in a bid to compete with Luke Ayling for the starting role at right-back.
Coyle is a product of the Leeds United youth set-up. He joined the club in 2004 at the age of just nine, and has been on the books there ever since.
He signed his first ever professional contract back in 2014, but did not make his debut until December 2015, when he came on in the last few minutes during Leeds United’s 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest.
His first start in the White of Leeds United came in the FA Cup victory over Rotherham United.
His most controversial moment in a Leeds United shirt came when he gave away a penalty in the FA Cup against Sutton United. The Non League team converted the penalty, and went on to cause a huge upset, knocking the Whites out of the competition.