Ghanaian footballer and Ludogorets Razgrad attacker, Bernard Tekpetey has been crowned as the player of the month of April in the Bulgarian Professional League following his prominent performance.
The Ghanaian forward has bagged ten goals in the current season with eight as out of 23 games for the Bulgarian giants.
In April, the 24-year-old attacker registered five goals and provided four assists in five matches for Ludogorets in the Bulgarian top-tier, guiding him to lift the award.
The Black Stars forward clinched the Bulgarian Parva Liga title for the second consecutive time with PFC Ludogorets Razgrad last month with 67 points after they had opened 14 points gap at the top of the table.
The UniStar Academy product made a permanent switch from the German side, Schalke O4 to Ludogorets in a deal worth around €900,000.
He is currently known as one of the best players in the Bulgarian top-tier.