AFC Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks has been named both the Welsh Football Association’s Player and Young Player of the Year.

As reported by Sky Sports, Brooks has starred for both his club and country over the past year.

The 21-year-old has been in top form for the Cherries this season, amassing six goals and four assists in 25 Premier League appearances.

The winger was born in Warrington but qualifies for Wales through his Welsh mother, and previously represented England up until U20 level.

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He was forced to make a decision on his international allegiance whilst playing for Sheffield United in 2017, as both countries wanted to call him up for the Toulon tournament.

He made his senior debut for the Dragons in September’s 4-1 demolition of the Republic of Ireland and is expected to be a key player for manager Ryan Giggs for the foreseeable future.

The youngster recently signed a new ‘long-term’ contract with the South Coast club, who chose not to reveal the exact length of the deal.

Brooks beat Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale to the award, although the ex-Tottenham Hotspur man did win the Player’s Player award.

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