Harry Wilson has won the Michael Matthews Player of the Month award for November.
The Wales international, who has already won the club's Goal of the Month award for his remarkable free-kick against Tottenham, has featured in all four of last month's fixtures.
Internationally, he also secured Wales' qualification to next summer's European Championships, again playing in both fixtures for his country against Azerbaijan and Hungary.
Additionally, the 22-year-old scored three times across November and now has the most goals in the Cherries squad this season with six.
His first of the month came against Newcastle and was a well-struck low finish from a lovely team move, which saw Ryan Fraser square the ball into his path ten yards out.
He then bagged a brace against Spurs at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The free-kick was followed by a powerful finish inside the area, as he helped his side claw back from three goals down, reducing the deficit to just one.
Wilson won the poll on our Twitter page with 36% of the vote, beating off competition from Steve Cook (28%), Nathan Ake (18%) and Aaron Ramsdale (18%).
As a result, the winger will now receive his award from representatives of Michael Matthews ahead of the Liverpool game tomorrow.