CHRIS Budrys has been named as the Welsh Premier League's player of the month award for April.
It is the second time this year that a Wingmaker has won the accolade, after James Murphy was voted player of the month for February, while Tony Gray was named the Welsh Cup semi-final player of the round a couple of weeks ago.
Budrys started the month by providing two assists the in the 7-0 Welsh Cup semi-final demolition of Port Talbot Town.
He then went on to claim a brace in the 3-2 league win over The New Saints, adding another goal in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Newtown with a header from Murphy's free-kick.
Buds joined the club in June 2012 after previous experience with Queen of the South, Alsager Town, Newcastle Town, Stafford Rangers and Northwich Victoria.
He has since scored 29 goals from 103 (+10) WPL appearances.
Photo: Chris Budrys ends up in the back of the net after heading Airbus into the lead against Newtown on Saturday.