Forest Green Rovers' Jamille Matt has been voted PFA Vertu Motors League Two Fans' Player of the Month for November.
Matt won a tight vote to take home the award, the second time he has taken the League Two honours this season after he bagged the September prize.
It was a close-run thing this time around as Matt polled just over 20% of the public vote, finishing narrowly ahead of teammate Mathew Stevens, Swindon's Jack Payne, Sutton United's Louis John, Newport's Dom Telford and another Forest Green player, Jordan Moore-Taylor - all of whom polled at least 11%.
Matt getting the nod is perhaps no surprise as he contributed meaningfully in every game Forest Green played in November.
He started the month with a goal against Hartlepool in a 3-1 away win, before he bagged an assist in the 2-0 home win over Barrow.
Matt then bagged a brace as table-topping Forest Green continued their promotion charge with a 2-0 win over Bristol Rovers, ensuring they finished November with a 100% winning record.
Equally as impressive in front of goal was Matt's teammate Stevens, who scored three goals of his own in those fixtures. As for Moore-Taylor, his role is primarily to help shore things up at the back, and that's something he did well as Forest Green kept two clean sheets. He also chipped in with a goal at Hartlepool, making it a superb month for Rob Edwards' side.
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