Midfielder Callum O'Hare has been voted the PFA Bristol Street Motors League Two player of the month award.

The 21-year-old, who spent the second-half of the 2018/19 season on loan with Carlisle United from Aston Villa, has impressed during his stay with the Cumbrian outfit.

He beat Stevenage’s QPR loanee Ilias Chair, as well as Boro’s Kurtis Guthrie and 21-year-old Terence Vancooten, Forest Green’s Christian Doidge, and Newport defender Mickey Demetriou to the April gong.

"[I'm] really happy to have won April’s POTM award," he said on Twitter. "Thank you to everyone who voted."

Team-mate Anthony Gerrard added: "Brilliant to see, well done lad."

O'Hare was on the scoresheet as 10-man United beat Bury 3-2 at Brunton Park on April 6. He then also netted in Carlisle's 4-2 home win over Crawley, before last Saturday's season-ending goalless draw at Yeovil.

Aaron Pressley, the son of United manager Steven, is on the youth-team books at Villa.

Aston Villa host West Brom in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final tomorrow (12.15pm kick-off).