The on-loan Hammer won more awards than he could carry at Bradford City's end of season awards ceremony.
Reece Burke barely had a minute to sit down at Bradford City's end of season awards bash.
The on-loan West Ham United defender cleaned up, claiming six gongs all to himself - comprising four separate player of the years, one young player of the year and a most consistent player of the year.
The East Bierley Bantams Player of the Year award goes to Reece Burke. Congratulations Reece #BCAFC— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) 26 April 2016
The Supporters' Trust Young Player of the Year goes to Reece Burke. #BCAFC— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) 26 April 2016
The Shipley Bantams Player of the Year award goes to Reece Burke. That trophy cabinet is getting fuller young man! #BCAFC— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) 26 April 2016
The Telegraph & Argus Most consistent Player of the Year award goes to Reece Burke. #BCAFC— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) 26 April 2016
Presented by Phil Parkinson, The Telegraph & Argus Player of the Year award goes to Reece Burke. What a night for that man! #BCAFC— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) 26 April 2016
Things could get even better for the 19-year-old, with the League One play-offs to come for the Bantams - barring a spectacular collapse.
But despite a fine season in the third tier, West Ham fans are struggling to decide what to do with Burke next time around.
Some feel he should continue his development in the lower leagues, while others are hoping he can impact on Slaven Bilic's first team immediately.
Reece Burke has had a great year out on loan. Is there room for him in our squad next year? At whose expense? #WHUFC— The Three Hammers (@The3Hammers) 27 April 2016
Would like to see both Martin Samuelsen & Reece Burke step up to the Championship on loan next.— West Ham Social (@WestHamSocial) 26 April 2016
Heads down, keep learning, keep improving ⚒
Just cos Reece Burke won some awards at Bradford everyone crying for him to come back lol— Big Huvy (@JuvyFbaby) 26 April 2016
Does anyone else think we should loan Burke out to a Championship team next season? Also do the same with Samuelsen. COYI— Irons Talk (@ironstalk1) April 27, 2016
When the time comes for ginge to leave, reece burke should take his place.— Stef (@Stef_whufc) 26 April 2016
Hope Reece Burke becomes the next Rio but this time we can actually afford to keep him— Charles (@CharlieNPie) 26 April 2016
Burke began the campaign in the Hammers' first team, appearing in three Europa League qualifiers. However, the subsequent signing of Angelo Ogbonna from Juventus budged him down the pecking order.
Should the England Under-20 international return to his parent club this summer, he would have to battle the Italian, James Tomkins, Winston Reid, James Collins and Reece Oxford for a spot next season.