Kingstonian keeper Rob Tolfrey might have cleaned up at the club's end of season award, but he is not certain of being at Kingsmeadow next season.

The former Whyteleafe man, who had a Ks testimonial last August, was named the players' and management's player of the year on Saturday after a campaign that saw him keep 12 clean sheets in the league.

Boss Tommy Williams will hope to keep much of the current squad together for another tilt at Ryman Premier League promotion next term.

And keeping Tolfrey, a consistent performer admired by many, will be a key part of his plans.

"I'm not sure what I'm going to do next season," he said.

"I've got a few options at the moment, so I'm going to take a couple of weeks off to get my head clear and think about things.

"I'll speak to the management, see what the plans are and then go from there."

Full back George Wells was crowned the young player of the year, while striker Pelayo Pico Gomez was the club's leading scorer with 20 goals.

Midfielder Harold Odametey had already been named the supporters club's player of the year.