Club captain Liam Moore has been named this year's PFA Community Champion by the Reading FC Community Trust, for his work off the pitch in what has been a tough year for all.
Whether it's been playing his part in virtual player appearances, or helping to co-ordinate the community work of his teammates, Liam has led by example representing the club proudly in the wider community.
An award which in recent seasons has been won by former players Paul McShane and Jordan Obita, Moore has quite rightly been recognised for his efforts to improve the lives of those in Berkshire and beyond, acting alongside our Community Trust to brighten the days of those within their various programmes.
Community Trust Manager, Dave Evans said: "I'd like to thank Liam for everything he's done for us this season, his player appearances and his support with other player appearances. He has been great and it's really appreciated."
Speaking after getting his hands on the award, Moore then added: "A huge thank you to the Reading FC Community Trust for the award.
"I'm really grateful to have recieved this and as a player of Reading Football Club, and especially as captain, it's important to me to make as much time as possible for the community - a community which has given me so much over the years.
"I hope to do lots more over the coming months and years, to give as much back as I possibly can."
Reading FC Community Trust is a registered charity and is the community arm of the football club, engaging, developing and educating young people within various community groups within the local Reading and surrounding areas.
You can read all about the Trust's key pillars and the work thet do within the local area by following our Community News section or keeping up to date with the Trust's activities via @RFCCommunity on Twitter.