Taylor Booth has found his form with Dutch Eredivisie side FC Utrecht this fall and was rewarded by the league on Wednesday for a stellar month with the club.
Booth was named Eredivisie Player of the Month for November, the league announced. The 21-year-old joined FC Utrecht this summer from Bayern Munich and scored two goals in two league appearances during November’s shortened league schedule.
Booth earned Man of the Match honors in both of FC Utrecht’s November matches, victories over FC Groningen and FC Volendam.
He also added two assists in a 3-1 league victory over Sparta Rotterdam in late-October, beginning what has led to a stellar run of form. In total, Booth has made 10 combined appearances for FC Utrecht, featuring as both a central midfielder and left back.
Booth made one appearance for Bayern Munich’s first team before making the move to the Netherlands this summer. He has yet to make his senior debut for the U.S. men’s national team despite earning a call up to the January camp earlier this year.
FC Utrecht sits seventh in the Eredivisie table, six points behind the top-three.