Reading legend Jamie Cureton has lead Enfield to the Essex Senior Premier Division title.

The 47-year-old, who played over 100 times for the Royals in the successful early 2000s, has been player-manager with Enfield for three years.

Playing professional football until 2016, at the age of 40, the striker still scores on a regular basis in the non-league game.

Promoted up to step four, into the Isthmian League system, they still have two fixtures to spare.

Taking to social media to praise his players, Cureton said: "So proud of this group of players been unbelievable all season we have been pushed hard by a lot of teams but the boys have always found away to stay on top. Congratulations to everyone involved with this great club."

A popular figure in the game, many former teammates came out to support Cureton.

Former Reading teammate, John Mackie, send his congratulations, as did the likes of former Norwich City favourites Darren Eadie and Bradley Johnson.