Forest Green Rovers' Mathew Stevens has been voted PFA Vertu Motors League Two Fans' Player of the Month for December.
Forest Green's dominance of League Two continues and therefore it's little surprise that one of their players has won the award for a third time in fourth months.
Jamille Matt claimed the prize twice, but now his attacking colleague Stevens has taken the honours - although it was a very close run thing.
Stevens and Forest Green played just two games in December, but that did not stop him hitting the goal trail.
The striker bagged a goal and assist as FGR thumped Harrogate Town 4-1 on the road before netting a brace and laying on another in the extraordinary 5-5 draw with Oldham Athletic.
Over 7,000 votes were cast for the League Two award but fewer than 500 separated those in the top four places.
Stevens took the honours with 1,517 votes - just over 21% of the overall total - which was just over 100 more than second-placed Myles Hippolyte of Scunthorpe United, which in turn was fewer than a 100 more than Bristol Rovers forward Aaron Collins.
Indeed, fourth-placed Peter Clarke of Tranmere also took more than 1,000 votes. Mansfield Town left-back Stephen McLaughlin came in fifth with 849 votes - just one vote ahead of Rochdale's Jake Beesley, who has since sealed a move to Championship Blackpool.
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