Luke Shaw has won Man United's Player of the Month for March award.
This is a second successive accolade for the in-form left-back, who has since returned to the national team set-up after a two-year absence.
Shaw beat Victor Lindelof and Dean Henderson to the award, which is normally decided by fans' votes.
After picking up the award in February, the 25-year-old maintained his fine form and was awarded Man of the Match in United's victory over West Ham.
He also scored a crucial second as Man United overcame neighbours City in the derby 2-0, and was key as the Reds progressed to the quarter-finals of the Europa League at the expense of AC Milan.
He carried his fine form to the national team, where he grabbed an assist in Sunday's World Cup qualifier match against Albania.
Speaking after the match, England manager Gareth Southgate heaped praise on the former Southampton man.
“I’ve seen somebody who is just delighted to be here, enjoying his football and playing with confidence. First and foremost, Luke is a good defender and that’s important for us. We have to keep clean sheets. He certainly seems to have a smile on his face.”
Shaw will be hoping to keep his place when the Three Lions play Poland in their last match this week.