The 36-year-old edged out England midfielder James Milner and Spain's David Silva for the honour, the club said on their website ( on Monday.
Lampard's impact has vindicated the surprise move by City manager Manuel Pellegrini to offer him a six-month loan deal after he left Chelsea following 13 trophy-laden years to join New York City FC.
Lampard endeared himself to City fans with a dramatic late equaliser in the Premier League clash against his old club, struck against Sheffield Wednesday in the League Cup and showed his eye for goal again in City's 4-2 win at Hull City.
He is due to join City's affiliate club New York in January but there is already speculation that his stay in north-west England could be extended by a month.
"There has been a lot said about when the season starts, but the only thing that can decide my future is how well I am playing. They will be kicking me out in January if I don't play very well!" Lampard said.
"I am just looking game to game and trying to play as well as I can,” he added.

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