COURTNEY Senior has clocked up a personal career milestone for Colchester United.

The U's winger made his 100th league appearance for the club when he featured in their 1-1 draw, at Mansfield Town.

Senior, who joined Colchester from Brentford back in 2016 and made his U's debut in August, 2017 has scored 12 league goals, in that time.

Here are five of the 23-year-old's best games in a U's shirt, to date.

1 U's 3 Newport 1 - October, 2019

SENIOR capped a fine individual display with a goal in Colchester United's win over Newport County.

He played his part in a super U’s performance full of energy, vitality and attacking intent, at the JobServe Community Stadium.

Ryan Jackson and Ben Stevenson were also on target in Colchester's win, after Tristan Abrahams had given the Exiles a fifth-minute lead.

2 U's 3 Newport 0 - March, 2019

A FINE long-range goal was the highlight of Senior's eye-catching display against Newport.

It was an excellent all-round performance by the former Brentford youngster, who celebrated his 50th league appearance for the U's in style.

Senior was awarded the man-of-the-match accolade for his performance in the win, where Sammie Szmodics and Frank Nouble were also on target.

3 U's 1 Lincoln 0 - October, 2018

HE might not have scored but Senior was outstanding in Colchester's win over the League Two leaders.

The winger gave Lincoln a torrid time with his skill, trickery and positive running, as Frankie Kent scored the U's winner.

4 U's 2 Port Vale 0 - August, 2018

SENIOR produced one of his finest displays in a U's shirt when they saw off Port Vale, on the opening day of the League Two season.

He set the ball rolling with an eighth-minute goal and went on to produce a superb man-of-the-match performance, to start the season in style.

5 U's 5 Forest Green Rovers 1 - August, 2017

IT was a debut to remember for Senior after he came off the bench to score in Colchester's thumping win over Forest Green.

It was a big moment for the youngster, who had had to battle back from a serious knee injury suffered just days after joining the U’s, from Brentford.

“It was a really special moment for me,” he reflected when speaking to the Gazette afterwards.

“When I first came to the club I did my anterior cruciate ligament, which was hard to take but I just had to get on with it.

“It’s been a rocky road but I’m buzzing to be back and that goal makes all the hard work worthwhile."