Liverpool full-back, Trent Alexander-Arnold, has been named the Premier League’s Young Player of the Season.
Alexander-Arnold scored four goals and recorded 13 assists in 38 league appearances to help the Jurgen Klopp side to its first English title in 30 years.
Only Manchester City attacking midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne, set up more goals in the 2019-20 season than the England international.
He beat seven other players to the award, consisting of Manchester United trio of Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford, Aston Villa star Jack Grealish, Christian Pulisic, and Mason Mount of Chelsea and Sheffield United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
He has also been nominated for the Player of the Season award.
“I can’t ever remember one player have such an influence on his team at right-back as Trent has on Liverpool, let alone from a 21-year-old,” former Chelsea and Blackburn defender Graeme Le Saux told the Premier League’s website.
“He’s adding more goals to his game, his assists record is second to none among defenders. I can see him continuing to improve in the environment he is playing in at Liverpool.”