Dennis Wyness has thanked Elgin fans for the support they have shown him this season.
The 36 year-old scored 9 goals in the league, and was recently voted supporters player of the year.
He said: “It’s always nice to win these awards, there were a few candidates so I was delighted to get voted the supporters player of the year. I’d like to thank the fans for voting for me and for their support over the season.”
Wyness reflected on this season adding: “This season has been disappointing and very frustrating. We’ve played some great stuff at times but we’ve lost too many games from winning positions. Injuries to key players haven’t helped us and I don’t think we’ve had much luck so all in all it’s been quite a disappointing season.”
The striker has agreed to sign on for another season at Borough Briggs and believes it will be a close league.
He said: “I’ve agreed to stay for another season and I’m really looking forward to it. Hopefully we can have a better season than this one and the play offs at least will be our aim. I don’t think there’ll be much between any of the teams next season and it will be a case of who is the most consistent.”
Photo: Bob Crombie