The midfielder has been in top form this season at Elland Road.
It has certainly been a difficult season at Leeds United but the main positive from the campaign has been the emergence of several young starlets. The likes of Alex Mowatt and Charlie Taylorhave emerged as real talents whilst Sam Byram has improved. Perhaps the most impressive youngster however is Lewis Cook.
The England youth international has shown a maturity beyond his years this campaign, with his composed midfield style complementing the team style under Neil Redfearn.
His brilliance is perhaps most evident in their recent performances without him, where Leeds have struggled to get results with Cook out injured.
His performances have even won him an award. Cook was named the Leeds United Young Player of the Year for the 2014-15 season, the 18-year-old deserving of the accolade.
He has now taken to Twitter to thank the Leeds United fans after picking up his award after Leeds' final game of the season v Rotherham United yesterday:
Very happy to receive the Young Player of the Year award last night! Thank you for everyone who voted for me!