SAINTS presented club legend Glenn Cockerill with the latest ‘Forever Saint’ award at half-time of the West Ham Premier League clash.

The 62-year-old played 358 times for the club across a nine-year span in 1984-1995, scoring on 39 occasions.

Grimsby-born Cockerill is the second to receive the award after Franny Benali, with the club continuing to honour contributions made by legends throughout the season at home matches.

As well as Saints, skilled central-midfielder Cockerill also made 200+ appearances for Lincoln City in a glorious Football League career.

He went on to manage Woking and Winchester City, following his retirement from playing.