Watford announced four end of season awards during Sunday's 5-1 defeat to Leicester City.

The first of which was presented to Hassane Kamara, who was named Graham Taylor player of the season.

The Ivorian only arrived in January when he was signed from OGC Nice, but quickly adapted to the Premier League and made the team both more solid at the back and threatening going forward.

He scored his first goal for the club during a defeat away at Manchester City.

The award has presented to him ahead of kick off by captain Moussa Sissoko.

Young player of the season was awarded to Shaq Forde, who made his senior debut for the Hornets during the FA Cup third round defeat away at Leicester City.

He has travelled with the first team to several away matches and was included in a Premier League squad for the first time last month when he made the bench for the home game against Brentford.

At half time Cucho Hernandez was presented with the award for goal of the season for his acrobatic effort against Arsenal.

The Colombian started the season with a great strike against Aston Villa, but saved his best for later in the campaign, equalising against the Gunners with an emphatic bicycle kick.

Additionally, supporter of the season was presented to Shay Murray by new head coach Rob Edwards before the match.

Shay, 15, is a season ticket holder in the Rookery End who was diagnosed with Pearson Syndrome at just 18 months old.

He is a keen power wheelchair footballer and plays for St Albans side Muscle Warriors.