Southend United midfielder David Worrall says he is 'buzzing' after being rewarded for his fine form.
Southend United midfielder admitted he had a 'buzz' when he was told he had won the Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month award for November.
Worrall arrived at Blues in the summer on a free transfer after departing Rotherham and says he feels at home in the south now.
“It's the first time I've been up for nomination for the award and it's something I've always looked at over the last few years,” Worrall reflected.
“It's obviously a very proud moment for me. I worked really hard in the summer to get fit and ready for the start of an important season, and the hard work its beginning to pay off now.
“I've played my part in a really good month and I've just been given a role that just suits me. The Gaffer just leaves to to it and it seems to be working at the moment!”
Wozza has been one of a number of instrumental figures during a month where Blues won all four of their league games.
And the winger believes a message has been sent out to the league following both the 24-year-old and manager Phil Brown picking up the November gongs.
“I tried claiming that goal at Tranmere as well but I don't think it's been given to me! It's been a great move for me down here and it's a big statement that me and the Gaffer have won it.
“We've grinded out some of the results and I think that's part of the reason why we're up there. We certainly deserve to be.”