The 21-year-old goalkeeper enjoyed an impressive month between the posts for the Harriers, keeping three clean sheets in five appearances and conceding just twice to help his temporary side pick up eight points from a possible 15 with two wins, two draws and just one defeat.
Mannion has made the goalkeeper’s jersey his own since joining Kidderminster on loan in November last year, racking up 24 appearances in all competitions.
Reflecting on winning the award, Mannion said: “I’m pleased to win the award. It’s always nice to get the recognition if you’re doing well and to keep three clean sheets in five games in obviously very pleasing from a personal perspective.
“It’s been a real team effort though. At the start of the month, we were in a situation where we needed to win games because we were slipping down the table.
“But, we’ve all pulled together and done what we needed to do. It’s been a good month for the team and we’ve pushed on and picked up some positive results.”