Bohemians striker Danny Mandroiu has been voted as the SSE Airtricity/Soccer Writers' Association of Ireland Player of the Month for June.
Mandroiu has enjoyed an excellent first season at Bohemians and was previously nominated for the Player of the Month award in both April and May, finishing runner-up on both occasions.
The 20-year spent four years at Brighton & Hove Albion before joining Keith Long's side last December.
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He has notched six goals so far this season, the highlight being the winner against Shamrock Rovers in Dalymount Park last month.
He earned international recognition with selection for Stephen Kenny's U21 squad, coming on for Connor Ronan for the last few minutes of the 3-0 win over Luxembourg in March.
"It's third time lucky," the Ireland U21 international said. "It’s nice to win the award, but I couldn’t have done it without my team-mates.
"I’m learning from the older lads around me, and Trev (Croly) and Keith (Long) are great too. They know how to man-manage and they let you express yourself, which I like.
"Bohs is a special club and the fans are unbelievable, so I just have to thank them."
Mandroiu picked up more votes than second-placed Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe of Derry City and Dundalk full-back Sean Gannon in third to get his hands on the June award.