The Chelsea youngster's latest accolade comes after he picked up the Golden Boot during the England Under-21's Toulon Tournament triumph.
Lewis Baker celebrates promotion with Dele Alli during their time at MK Dons
Chelsea youngster Lewis Baker has staked his claim for a place in new boss Antonio Conte's plans, picking up the Goal of the Season award at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem.
The 21-year-old was on loan at the Eredivisie outfit last season, scoring five goals in 34 appearances for the club.
But it was his equaliser away to De Graafschaap in February that really caught the eye of the club's supporters, who voted his goal as the best of the 2015/16 campaign.
It is not the first time Baker has earned accolades for his prowess in the final third. The youngster scored four goals to earn the Golden Boot as England's Under-21 side won the Toulon Tournament last month, including an opening strike in the final.
Incoming Chelsea boss Antonio Conte.
Baker has only made one senior appearance for the Blues, but with news emerging that Alexandre Pato is unlikely to be offered a new deal at Stamford Bridge, and continued uncertainty over the futures of Loic Remy and Radamel Falcao, there could perhaps be room for a goalscoring midfielder in Conte's plans for the coming season.