Teenage Cumbrian goalkeeper James Trafford has capped his first season of first-team football with an award.

The 19-year-old has been voted League One player of the month in awards run by Football League World.

It follows his impressive performances for Bolton Wanderers in April.

Trafford, who spent the second half of the season on loan with Bolton from Manchester City, helped the Trotters to four wins and three draws in an unbeaten month.

Judges said he made 25 saves in that time - and even produced an assist for Dapo Afolayan in a victory over Accrington Stanley.

The former Carlisle United academy keeper, from Greysouthen, topped the fans' vote ahead of Wycombe Wanderers' Ryan Tafazolli, MK Dons' Scott Twine, Sunderland's Nathan Broadhead, Sheffield Wednesday's Lee Gregory and Wigan Athletic's Will Keane.

Trafford proved a popular figure for Bolton after switching to Ian Evatt's side following a half-season loan at Accrington from the start of the campaign.

After making his Football League debut for Stanley - one of 11 appearances for John Coleman's side - he played 22 times for Bolton.

The England Under-20 international has been on Man City's books since the age of 12 and is rated highly by the Premier League champions.

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