West Ham youngster has earned two awards for his immense season while on loan.

Everyone’s heard about just how good West Ham’s group of academy players are. Unfortunately, not many have had the opportunity to prove themselves in claret and blue, but a few have been lucky enough to get a loan move. While a lot of them have impressed, one player in particular has stood out this season.

Freddie Potts, son of West Ham legend Steve Potts, has been absolutely vital to Wycombe this season. Whenever he’s playing, they look brilliant and when he’s not they struggle. He has been the glue to their midfield this campaign and if it wasn’t for him being out injured there’s a real chance he could’ve guided them to a playoff place.

In the whole of League One, he’s won the most tackles and most interceptions as well as the second-most passes and complete take-ons – extremely impressive stats for a 20-year-old who has never played professionally before.

Unsurprisingly, his efforts haven’t gone unnoticed by the Chairboys as he won both Players’ Player of the Season and Supporters’ Player of the Season. He has been labelled as one of the finest loan players to play for the club and has earned the respect of their fans forever more.

Unfortunately, he was injured for their last home game of the season, but he still had an opportunity to say a proper goodbye by doing a lap of honour at half-time.

As a whole, Wycombe have done exceptionally well with both their West Ham loanees in Potts and Kodua, giving them great opportunities and their full support every step of the way – the Hammers would be silly not to do more business with them in the future.