The Premier League Player of the Month (POTM) for February has been revealed on FIFA 21.
Eight players were nominated, but it was a familiar face who picked up the award this month.
Take a look at the winner below.
Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan has taken home February's Player of the Month award.
A new 88 OVR card is now available to unlock and add to your team.
Find out more about February's POTM winner here.
Manchester City’s German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan took home January’s Player of the Month award, and there is still plenty of time to get this completed.
Gundogan will link nicely with the Toni Kroos Flashback SBC too, so there is added incentive to add him to your squad.
The EPL nominees were announced on Friday, 5 March, so we expect the next winner to be revealed next week.
Bruno Fernandes scored in four of Manchester United’s five matches last month, taking his personal tally to 15 goals in the Premier League.
Another POTM award for Fernandes would be his third of the season.
In a busy February, Ilkay Gundogan backed up a sensational January with four more goals for Manchester City.
The German midfielder scored a brace against both Liverpool and Spurs, as well as picking up two more assists.
Full backs are becoming increasingly influential in the modern game, and Joao Cancelo is probably one of the best in the world right now.
Cancelo has no goal involvements to show for his efforts last month, but his influence in the City side is crucial to their great form.
Wolves midfield maestro Ruben Neves was in great form last month, scoring three time and adding an assist against Southampton.
Neves has recently had a league objectives player released too. Find out how to unlock Neves 89 OVR card here.
Brazilian winger Raphinha has been a revelation since arriving at Leeds this season.
Two goals and an assist last month don't tell the full story as Raphinha has been giving defenders nightmares.
Harvey Barnes enjoyed an excellent February, although injury in the final match will likely keep him out until April.
Barnes scored twice last month, including one against current champions Liverpool.
What a start to life in East London Jesse Lingard has had.
Lingard has made a real impact for David Moyes’ high-flying West Ham, and February’s POTM award would be no more than he deserves after five goal involvements last month.
Fulham kept four clean sheets last month, and Joachim Andersen is a key part in their defensive transformation.
The Danish centre back also boasts an excellent range of passing and will surely remain a Premier League player beyond this season.