Huddersfield Town fans have voted their ratings for each player's performance in every single match so far this season.
But how has the voting gone since Chris Powell's arrival as manager?
Powell has inspired a drastic upturn in form which has seen the Terriers set their longest unbeaten sequence since moving back up to the second tier in 2012, as well as promoting a brand of football which has excited and delighted fans in equal measure.
There have been some terrific individual performances, with Sean Scannell earning the highest rating of 8.9 for his virtuoso attacking brilliance against Blackpool, while the lowest score went to Jonathan Stead (2.4) for his display in the 3-0 defeat at Leeds United.
Since Powell took the reins, only four players have won the man of the match award, with Harry Bunn coming out on top on the most occasions with four, while Mark Hudson, Sean Scannell and Jacob Butterfield are all tied on three.
Huddersfield Town players' man of the match awards
The latter duo shared the accolade in the stunning 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest, but Scannell's score of 8.9 against the Seasiders means he is third on the list.
The voting was so close that several players have had to be split by their highest individual rating, which was the method used to find the most highly-rated player to date.
Click through the gallery above to see who has emerged as your star individual of the season so far.