Friday 11 January 2013
Marouane Fellaini has won the Barclays Player of the Month award for November, while West Bromwich Albion's Steve Clarke has won the managerial award.
The Everton midfielder picked up the award after scoring four goals last month, taking his goal tally to seven for the season by the end of November.
"I work hard; I work every day," Fellaini said. "I try to give my maximum every game. I’m happy but the most important for me is the team."
Clarke's West Brom won four Barclays Premier League matches in a row during November, including a 2-1 victory over Chelsea at The Hawthorns.
"It’s a good reward for a good month in November," Clarke said. "It’s a good reward to pick up, but it’s a reward for the work of my staff and the players.
"The players have done exceptionally well in November. We had a great run and four victories in a row in the Premier League is difficult to do. We managed to do that.
"This trophy is a little reward for them. We wanted to start well and try to build on it. Up until November, we have done really well."
October (read here)
Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United)
Player: Juan Mata (Chelsea)
September (read here)
Manager: David Moyes (Everton)
Player: Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)