The 18-year-old attacking midfielder, who signed his first professional contract in 2021, has scored five goals and recorded two assists in three games for Mark Delaney's under-23 side.
He fought off tough opponents to bring home the award to Aston Villa, seeing off Sam Burns (Blackburn Rovers), Liam Delap (Manchester City), Joe Gelhardt (Leeds United), Cole Palmer (Manchester City) and Ed Turns (Brighton & Hove Albion).
If his form in the Premier League wasn't enough, he's also netted twice in the FA Youth Cup in their impressive win over Brighton & Hove Albion.
His impressive form saw him captaining his national side England at the under-18s level in a victory over Wales. What a way to top off the month for the youngster!
Aaron will be inspired by his brother Jacob, who has represented the first team on several occasions, most recently against Liverpool on the weekend.
With Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens pumping in huge amounts of cash into the Aston Villa Academy, the future is bright for the Ramsey brothers, whose dream it would be to share a pitch in the Aston Villa first team.
Could Aaron be the next Jack Grealish?