Midfielder caps a fine November with award
Huddersfield Town midfielder Oliver Norwood has been voted the Blue and White Foundation’s November Player of the Month.
The 22 year-old was Town’s top scorer during the month, scoring his first two goals of the season.
The Northern Ireland international netted in the defeat at Wigan and scored a superb opener as the Terriers defeated top of the league Burnley.
The former Manchester United youngster was also impressive during the Terriers’ victory at Hillsborough.
The returning Adam Clayton was second in the voting, while the improving Paul Dixon came third.
James Robinson of Mirfield was selected at random from the voters and will meet Ollie ahead of the Reading game to present him with a bottle of champagne.
He will also receive a commemorative signed photo and a meal for two courtesy of the Grange Pub and Restaurant.