Marcus Rashford has been honoured with the coveted Premier League Academy Graduate award, after impressing this season on and off the pitch.
Rashford began the season in sizzling form, and scored 19 goals across all competitions, before sustaining an injury.
But despite the setback, the United Academy graduate recovered in time for the league restart, and added three goals in the final 9 matches.
Rashford has also been active in philanthropic work, and recently helped raise millions to feed kids across the UK.
The Premier League Academy Graduate award is usually given to players who act as role models for the community off the pitch, and it was handed to Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold last year.