Exeter goalkeeper Paul Jones has been chosen as the FA Cup's player of the round, following their goalless draw at Manchester United in round three.
The 18-year-old, on loan at Exeter from Leyton Orient, received 50% of the votes on the FA's website.
Jones now joins Grecians team-mate Dean Moxey - who won the award in round two - in the "Team of the FA Cup".
The award winners from each round will attend this season's FA Cup final in VIP seats at the Millennium Stadium.
The other players to have made the team so far are Alex Haddow, Craig Midgley, Scott Partridge, Rob Ursell and Kevin Slack.
Jones also wins £1000 worth of Umbro football kit and equipment for a local school, club or organisation of his choice, plus an engraved silver salver.
The other contenders for the award were Oldham goalkeeper Les Pogliacomi, Yeading captain David Clarke, Sheffield United striker Andy Liddell and Southampton's Kevin Phillips.