Each month, Men United wll induct supporters who have gone above and beyond in the fight against prostate cancer into their Hall of Fame.

They will select one Football League club employee and one supporter of the month for special recognition.

September's awards - the first of the new season - have now been announced and the employee award has gone to Leeds United's Paul Dews. Leeds' Head of Media Dews received his Men United trophy from United manager Brian McDermott.

Recognised for the regional media he helped Prostate Cancer UK secure with the Yorkshire Post and for facilitating a Leeds legend, Eddie Gray, to receive the honour of the greatest captain in Football League history on behalf of the late Billy Bremner.

You can read Paul's Men United Hall of Fame entry on Prostate Cancer UK's website

Also awarded the Men United trophy was Burnley fan, John Heyworth who received his award from manager, Sean Dyche, this week.

John enters the Men United Hall of Fame for leading a number of Men United match days to raise money for the 250,000 men affected by prostate cancer in the UK. He has also supported the cause by volunteering at a range of events, provided support to others affected by prostate cancer and shared his own story.

If you would like to find out how you can join the Men United Hall of Fame, sign up at prostatecanceruk.org/football.