After receiving his award and a £500 cheque for a charity of his choice, the Spaniard explained he's humbled to be acknowledged by supporters at this stage of his Reds career.
"It's amazing for me to be awarded with this prize after my first month. I have played just a few games, five games I think, and I am really grateful the fans have voted for me.
"I feel really happy. Life in Manchester is good, I have already found a house, I have a new home and I am trying to know different places around the city. It is a really nice city to live in. It is quiet, relaxing and you can be focused on what is important - playing football."
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