Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has been crowned Premier League Player of the Month for March.
Belgium international Lukaku was in prime form for Ronald Koeman's side, scoring four times – including a double in the 4-0 demolition of Hull City.
Lukaku is the top scorer in the Premier League, with 21 goals, and also provided a pair of assists over recent weeks as Everton moved into contention for a European place.
"I'm really happy, [winning the award] gives me another boost," the 23-year-old told Everton's official website, ahead of Saturday's crunch trip to Liverpool.
"I think we're preparing differently this year [for the derby] because, obviously, we've had the games with the national team but we're not really talking about the game.
"We are in a good flow at the minute, we know that we have to be focused and keep our emotions under control, even though it's a derby.
"At the end of the day you want to win, you need to keep your focus and make sure that you get the three points at the end."
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Bournemouth duo Artur Boruc and Josh King were among the players Lukaku edged out for the award, although their boss Eddie Howe collected the managers' gong following a return of seven points from matches with Manchester United, West Ham and Swansea City.