Former FC Hearts star Alhassan Yusuf has been named as the Young Player of the Year in Sweden to crown an eventful season.
The IFK Goteborg midfielder was voted ahead of tow other exciting youngsters Jake Larsson and Aslak Ponn Witry.
He has yet to represent Nigeria at any level.
This past season, the 19-year-old Yusuf played 27 matches in the Swedish top flight, scored two goals and provided two assists.
In the summer, Premier League club Wolves were set to sign him but eventually the deal collapsed.
Yusuf also scooped the Player of the Year in Goteborg by Gothenburg Post.
In mid-season, top newspaper Aftonbladet will rate the versatile midfielder as the top young player in Sweden ahead of striker Benjamin Nygren and Kossounou Odilon, who have both since moved on to the bigger Belgian league.