In their bid to return to the League One, Milton Keynes seems to have regained their form as they go fourth in the League Two table, two points away from the third position, after winning four games in a row.
On loan from top flight club Southampton, Jake Hesketh has been voted the MK Dons’ Player of the Month, adding to his Goal of the Month award.
The attacking midfielder took home the Goal of the Month award for his powerful left-footed strike on his debut in League Two against Swindon Town.
The Saints midfielder found the back of the net once again with a brilliant shot in a 3-2 victory at Carlisle United back in February, scoring the second goal for the visitors at Brunton Park.
The 22-year-old midfielder was said to have won the player of the Month award with 30 per cent of the vote, having had strong competition from Alex Gilbey, who has 25 per cent of the votes and Ousseynou Cisse with only 19 per cent of the votes.
The Saints on-loan midfielder was given the award on Saturday after MK Dons 1-0 win against Crawley Town, their fourth consecutive win in a row making their odds on bet brain uk look very good for their next match.
In other news, an MK Dons player on loan has been highlighted in the news this week, via the club’s Official site.
Brandon Thomas-Asante, who is on loan at Oxford City, helped the club with a goal and by assisting another as they moved past Oxford United in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup.