Former Huddersfield Town skipper Peter Clarke is Bury’s Player of the Season.

The 34-year-old centre-back has been a hit with supporters of the League I club.

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He joined the Shakers from Blackpool last summer and has featured 49 times in all competitions.

Clarke also scooped awards made by Bury fans, the club’s Disabled Supporters’ Group and the local newspaper The Bury Times.

The Everton product was Town’s Player of the Season in both 2009-10, his first after moving from Southend United, and 2010-11.

In 2011-12 he captained the club to Wembley glory in the League I play-off final against Sheffield United.

The former England Under 21 international left Town in 2014 after 224 games and 11 goals.

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He has also played for Blackpool in two spells and recently made his 600th career appearance.