Manchester United loanee Jesse Lingard has won the goal award in the Premier League for the month of April for his sensational strike againstWolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux. England international attacker Lingard is on loan at West Ham United from Manchester United and he has been a regular goalscorer for the Hammers. He signed for West Ham United on loan during the winter transfer window.

Lingard was rewarded with the goal award for his excellent strike against Wolves. He picked up the ball ten yards into his own half before proceeding on an unstoppable run that ended with a fine strike that Portugal international shot stopper Rui Patricio had no chance of saving in the Wolves goal. Lingard was the recipient of the opening goal as West Ham secured a 3-2 away win over Wolves at the start of the month under review.

The Manchester United loanee had been the driving force for the Hammers in the bid to qualify for European football at the end of the season. He has scored nine goals and also provided three assists since his loan move at the club from the Red Devils. Only in-form Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho has more goals (11) than Lingard since he moved to West Ham United from Manchester United in January.

Lingard was also rewarded with the award for the best player in the Premier League in the month of April apart from the abovementioned goal award. He scored four goals in four games in the league in April.

The Manchester United loaneescored one of the goals in the 3-2 away victory over Wolves in his first league game in April before netting twice in the 3-2 home win over Leicester City. Lingard then scored from the penalty spot as the Hammers suffered a 3-2 loss at Newcastle United in the third league game in the month under review. He was not on target in the final league game in April, a 1-0 home loss at the hands of London rivals Chelsea.