All season long during 2014/15, we asked you to submit your ratings for the Huddersfield Town players in a season of initial upheaval, followed by consolidation under Chris Powell with some good times and bad times along the way.
Town eventually finished in 16th, equating to their highest league finish in 15 years at this level but narrowly missing out on the chance to finish above Leeds United since 1962 after the Football League ruled that their abandoned game at Blackpool on the final day of the season should finish as a 0-0 draw.
Powell arrived following Mark Robins' exit on the first day amid a 4-0 home defeat to Bournemouth and masterminded a recovery built on a seven-match unbeaten run from the end of September to the start of November.
He had to steer his side through choppy waters in the new year, with a seven-match winless run in February and March threatening to plunge Town into relegation danger until a second seven-match unbeaten run of the season saw them safe.
In pictures: How Tom Marshall-Bailey rated the Huddersfield Town players in 2014/15
But how did the Town fans feel the players performed across the season?
We have collated all of your ratings with the help of the Trinity Mirror Data Unit to compile the graphic above, detailing the average score for each player in 2014/15 and their scores at home, away and in the last five games of the season.
It is no surprise to see player of the year Jacob Butterfield and players' player of the year Sean Scannell feature towards the top of the list when it comes to the overall averages.
Take a look at how the Terriers rated this season above and we look forward to doing it all again in 2015-16!