Burton Albion striker Daniel Jebbison has been voted the PFA Vertu Motors League One Fans' Player of the Month for November.
The England youth international is currently on loan at Burton from Championship outfit Sheffield United and he enjoyed an excellent individual month, scoring three goals in three games to help break a streak of four successive defeats.
That form persuaded just shy of 23% of League One fans to vote for Jebbison as the outstanding player of November, seeing off competition from Wigan's Callum Lang - who received 18% of the public's backing - and Portsmouth's Marcus Harness, who after going scoring three goals in five games, took home 17% of the votes cast.
In a fairly even split across the board, Cambridge's Joe Ironside, MK Dons' Scott Twine and Charlton Athletic's Conor Washington also bagged at least 12% of the public's votes - an accurate representation of the outstanding months that each player had.
Jebbison played a game less than the majority of the other players shortlisted - two less in Harness' case - but his trio of goals for Burton, as well as his all-around displays, were enough to get him over the line.
After missing out against Charlton, Jebbison drew a blank in Burton's 1-0 defeat to MK Dons, before coming to life in the Brewers' final two fixtures against Accrington Stanley and Doncaster Rovers.
First, Jebbison scored twice as Burton eased past Accrington 4-0 at the Pirelli Stadium, before he was again on target as Doncaster were seen off 2-0 at the same venue four days later.
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