Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa has won January's Clydesdale Bank Premier League young player of the month award.
The 20-year-old Estonia Under-21 international joined the Steelmen near the beginning of the January transfer window from RoPS in Finland.
Since then, he has scored four Scottish Premier League goals, including a brace against St Johnstone.
He started February positively as well, netting in the 6-0 Scottish Cup win against Morton.
Ojamaa's impressive performances have led to him agreeing a contract extension until 2014 and earned him a call-up to the full Estonian squad for their international friendly with El Salvador in Los Angeles later this month.
The striker told Motherwell's website: "I am honoured to win this award, but I must also mention my team-mates, who have been excellent.
"It has been an incredible start to my Motherwell career.
"I am loving life in Scotland and hopefully I can continue to reward the fans with goals and assists."
Ojamaa and his team-mates could not continue their recent scoring feats, his award coinciding with a 0-0 draw away to St Mirren.