Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder has described the club's march to the League Two title as "unbelievable".
The Cobblers were crowned as champions with four games to spare following a 0-0 draw at Exeter City on Saturday.
Wilder was rewarded for his part in their promotion with the Manager of the Year prize at the Football League awards last night.
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From the brink of going out of business to sporting glory, it's been quite a year for Northampton Town now promoted to League One.
It's almost impossible to believe the ups and downs the club has been through in the last 12 months.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia Sports Correspondent Donovan Blake
The club has survived off-pitch financial problems which included one stalled takeover and potentially being wound up.
At the same time the club embarked on a record breaking run of wins, they're also in line to smash their record of matches without defeat.
On Saturday the Cobblers secured promotion from League Two after drawing 2-2 with Bristol Rovers.
An amazing end to what's been something of a rollercoaster season - both on and off the field.
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Northampton Town could confirm their promotion to League One today.
A win against Bristol Rovers at Sixfields could be enough to seal the deal for the Cobblers who are top of League Two.
It would cement a pretty impressive turn of fate for the club which late last year was on the verge of going out of business.
Rob Halden-Pratt reports.
Northampton Town boss Chris Wilder said he'd made the wrong team selection for the game against Mansfield.
Town found themselves 2-0 down within 15 minutes and their long unbeaten run ,looked under threat.
But the Cobblers fought back after Mansfield were reduced to ten men to take a share of the points.
Watch Donovan Blake's interview with Chris Wilder below:
Colchester United have signed West Ham defender Leo Chambers on a month's loan.
The 20-year-old has played for the Hammers first team on three occasions.
Manager Kevin Keen will be hoping he can help plug a U's defence which has already conceded 78 goals this season.
Meanwhile, Northampton Town striker Sam Hoskins has agreed a new two-and-a-half year contract at Sixfields.
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Northampton Town have re-signed Millwall striker John Marquis on loan until the end of the season.
The 23-year-old, who had a previous spell at Sixfields in 2014, joins a Cobblers team riding high at the top of League Two.
Marquis will help cover for the loss of top scorer Marc Richards who's been ruled out for at least four weeks with an achilles injury.