Midfielder David Brooks has won his second consecutive Michael Matthews Player of the Month award - scooping January's gong after a magnificent start to 2019.
The 21-year-old, who previously won December’s award, made it two from two after securing a massive 65% of supporters’ votes on the club’s Twitter poll.
The Welsh international had a standout month, catching the eye particularly against Chelsea, with a superb assist and goal making the nation take notice.
Vote now for your @MMJBournemouth Player of the Month for January! 🗳️— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) January 31, 2019
His stunning performance against the Blues followed up another impressive outing against West Ham, where Brooks provided the crucial assist for Joshua King’s late goal in the 2-0 victory.
In total for the month, the midfielder played in all five games, notching a goal and two assists in another fine month.
The other nominees for the award were Joshua King, Steve Cook and Nathan Ake.