The 21-year-old is the latest recipient of the Blue Horse award, which has been presented annually for the past 11 seasons.
The accolade is a nod to Sweden’s national symbol of the horse, which is usually painted red, but artist Jonny Gudmunds has carved a special sky-blue version for each winner.
As well as helping City to a Premier League and Carabao Cup double as well as a maiden Champions League final, Foden’s performances were recognised with several individual awards.
On a domestic front, the midfielder claimed both the Premier League and PFA Young Player of the Year awards off the back of nine goals and five assists in 28 matches.
Foden’s European exploits, in which he grabbed goals in both legs of our quarter-final victory over Borussia Dortmund and an assist in our 2-0 triumph over Paris Saint-Germain in the last four, also saw him make the Champions League squad of the season.
Congratulations to Phil on his latest award.
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