Phil Foden has crushed off powerful competitors to be topped the Premier League’s Young Player of the Season.
The Manchester City star has change into an much more essential cog in Pep Guardiola’s facet this season. Foden is presently matching final season’s tally of 9 targets and 5 assists within the Premier League however has the chance to surpass it in opposition to Aston Villa on the ultimate day of the season, along with his facet only one win away from retaining their title.
“I am very proud to have won this award for a second season in a row,” Foden stated. “There are so many gifted younger gamers within the Premier League this season and it’s a actual honour to win it once more.
“I’ve been actually proud of my performances this season and it has been nice to contribute to this staff in what is going to hopefully be one other profitable 12 months for us all.
“To be nominated alongside so many nice gamers is an honour as they’ve all had nice seasons for his or her golf equipment. I want to thank everybody who has contributed to my improvement this season.”
Foden has claimed the award ahead of seven other worthy contenders who were aged 23 and under at the start of the campaign and enjoyed great seasons. An all English list also contained Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold, West Ham talisman Declan Rice, Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka and his teammate Aaron Ramsdale, Chelsea’s Mason Mount and Crystal Palace duo Tyrick Mitchell and Conor Gallagher.