Posted on 18 April 2011
Gareth Bale reflects on his PFA Player of the Year award on Spurs TV Online and the Official Spurs App.
The flying winger picked up the most prestigious individual award in British football on Sunday night.
He joins some of the greats of the game to have won the trophy - voted for by his peers - including three Spurs legends in Pat Jennings, Clive Allen and David Ginola.
Still only 21, Gareth admits to a 'wow factor' on picking up the trophy and glancing down the names to win it since it was first presented in 1973-74.
"It's a fantastic honour just to be nominated, so it's something very special to win it," said Gareth, who also looks ahead to Wednesday's huge derby against Arsenal at the Lane.
You'll find Gareth in the 'Interviews' section of Spurs TV Online and available now on the Official Spurs App* for iPhone/iTouch.
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Look out Tuesday and Wednesday as Clive Allen tells us exactly what it means to win the PFA Player of the Year Award before looking ahead to Wednesday's clash against Arsenal with Heurelho Gomes and Benoit Assou-Ekotto.
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