Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has won the Barclays Player of the Month award for the second time this season.
The England striker, 24, who also won the August award, is rewarded for five goals and two assists in February.
Sam Allardyce, 59, receives the manager’s award after West Ham gained a maximum 12 points during the month.
Four straight wins against Swansea City, Aston Villa, Norwich City and Southampton helped the ‘Hammers’ climb into the 10th place in the Premier League log.
Sturridge stood out for the ‘Reds’, who are currently second on the log, after three wins in four matches, including the 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal.
It is the fifth time Allardyce has been chosen as Barclays Manager of the Month, the last was in 2006 when he was in charge of Bolton Wanderers.