Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been named EA Sports Premier League Player of the Month for September.
It is the first time the Everton striker has won the award and caps a fine week in which he also scored on his senior England debut - his 10th goal in seven games for Club and country.
He is the first Everton player to win the award since Romelu Lukaku in March 2017.
Of Calvert-Lewin's impressive September goal haul, five came in the Premier League, the 23-year-old heading the only goal at Tottenham Hotspur on the opening day, before hitting his first Everton hat-trick in a 5-2 home win over West Bromwich Albion.
The Sheffield-born striker then completed his fine opening month of the campaign by netting in a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace and adding another hat-trick - this time in the Carabao Cup - to inspire a 4-1 win against West Ham United.
His goalscoring form has helped carry Everton to the top of the Premier League table and into the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup, the Club's record of seven straight wins representing their best start to a season since 1894.
Calvert-Lewin's influential role in that run earned him a maiden call up to the England senior squad for this month's internationals and he took just 26 minutes to find the net on Thursday to set the Three Lions on their way to a 3-0 success against Wales.
The forward will have the opportunity to add further caps, with Gareth Southgate's side set to take on Belgium at Wembley on Sunday (5pm BST), before welcoming Denmark to the national stadium next Wednesday (7.45pm BST).
Calvert-Lewin also earned the praise of his Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti, who believes the youngster has developed into a "complete striker".
Speaking ahead of his England debut, Ancelotti said of Calvert-Lewin: “He has worked a lot to improve, to be more focused in the box and more clinical.
“Calvert-Lewin, with his ability and quality, can help players like Richarlison and James.
Same with Holgate as well something about some of our fanbase who seem to think young players should come from youth set up as polished diamonds and world beaters instead of the raw talent that needs to be turned into top players Everyone rantining about James how good and silky is skill on the ball is but if he was a 17 year old braking into the first team every time he tried something and getting it wrong be screaming get him off not good enough get rid instead of letting them learn from mistakes not hound them and post vile messages on their social media pages