Derby County youngster Eiran Cashin has been named in the League Football Education (LFE)'s ‘The 11’ which acknowledges his achievements on and off the pitch.
The central defender has been a staple in Justin Walker’s side so far this season, stepping up to captain the Under-18s in his 17 starts with two goals.
He has also played in all six of the Under-19s’ historic UEFA Youth League campaign helping the young Rams to final 16 in the European tournament.
The 18-year-old opened the scoring at Pride Park Stadium against Borussia Dortmund to help Derby to a 3-1 victory in the Play-Off rounds.
Cashin has also made six appearances for the Under-23s scoring once, all while maintaining his studies as a second-year apprentice.
He is one of 33 apprentices to win the award over the course of the 2019/20 season, which celebrates the holistic development of young players. His teammate, Liam Thompson was also named in ‘The 11’ earlier this season.
Derby County’s Max Bird has previously won the award before being named EFL’s Apprentice of the Year last season.