Ghanaian international Maxwell Woledzi has been awarded for the player that best represents the value of Danish club FC Nordsjaelland.
The award was presented to the 19-year old who recently made his debut for the club by Ghanaian coach Mas Ud Didi Dramani.
The promising lanky defender is seen as the player who possess qualities such good character, resilience and the ability to learn and learn faster.
Woledzi made his debut for the club in July when FC Nordsjaelland traveled to Brondby. A game they lost 4-0 in the Danish Super Liga championships play-offs.
He has so far made three more appearances, and looks more likely as the player to replace departed compatriot Abdul Mumin Suleman.
He joined the Wild Tigers last summer from feeder club the Right to Dream Academy.