JAKE Young has been named League Two player of the month for the second time this season.

City’s on-loan Swindon striker, who is expected back at Valley Parade in the transfer window, scored in all five league games in November.

His six-goal tally included a lovely turn and finish at Stockport and a stunner curled in from 20 yards at Harrogate.

Swindon boss Michael Flynn said: “Jake has been excellent for us but I’m certain he will appreciate the help of his teammates in receiving the award.

“Hopefully he can win December’s as well as we as a club look to have a successful Christmas period.”

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Swindon are currently four points above the Bantams in eighth spot.

Young said: "I’m delighted to win this award for the second month this season and I’m thankful to the team and staff at Swindon for the efforts that have allowed me to have a good personal month, and such a successful personal spell with the club so far.

"It’s been an exciting last month for the club we are all looking forward to taking our recent good form into the Christmas period."

Sky Sports’ EFL pundit, and former City striker, Don Goodman said: “Jake Young is the top scorer across England’s top four divisions this season, even outgunning Erling Haaland.

“He added to his tally with an impressive November, making him the standout choice for player of the month.”