Huddersfield Town fans, we are offering you the chance to vote for your player of the month for November in our new competition.
Each month, we will choose four nominees for the award and it's up to you to decide which Town player will be crowned the Examiner player of the month.
November was not the greatest month for Town, with the Terriers failing to back up their stunning 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest at the start of the month and have since only been able to take one point from four games.
That has included three away defeats on the bounce at Derby County, Fulham and Bolton Wanderers respectively while they were also held to a goalless draw by Sheffield Wednesday .
But despite a poor run of results, it has not been all doom and gloom and certain players have stood out above the rest.
On Twitter, simply retweet the image of the player you want to win the award.
On Facebook, we will set up a gallery of images where you can like your selection and leave a comment below as to why you think that player should be given player of the month.
Voting closes at midday on Thursday and we will announce the winner on both Twitter and Facebook on Friday.
Take a look through our four choices, selected by Huddersfield Town writers Doug Thomson and Tom Marshall-Bailey, for November below.
In pictures: Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Huddersfield Town
Town might have struggled for points in November, but their experienced skipper has been in solid form in the heart of defence.
The 32-year-old, signed from Championship rivals Cardiff City as the August transfer window shut , has now made 14 Town appearances after three for the Welsh side this season.
Installed as skipper by manager Chris Powell, he has used the leadership skills gained at Crystal Palace, Charlton Athletic and then Cardiff to good effect.
He helped Town keep clean sheets in their home games against Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday.
And the Guildford-born player notched his first Town goal in the 3-2 defeat at Derby County.
Having failed to score at all in 2014, it was a case of London buses for the central defender, as he notched against Nottingham Forest before following up with a goal at Fulham in the 3-1 defeat.
Hudson's arrival appears to have settled Lynch once more after some below-par early season performances and he has deservedly kept his place in the side.
He was rewarded with the goal against Forest which came early and settled Town, allowing them to go on and record an impressive victory.
His second goal of the season at Fulham showed courage and desire as he met a right-wing free-kick amongst a cluster of Cottagers heads to nod his side level.
He helped the Terriers to register two clean sheets during November and his substitution at Bolton during the interval on Saturday coincided with Town's defence being breached as they slipped to defeat.
The make-up of Town’s midfield has changed over November, but the former Middlesbrough man has been a consistent feature.
The 24-year-old schemer, who swapped the Riverside for the John Smith’s Stadium in August, seems fully settled back in his native West Yorkshire.
The Bradford-born ex-Barnsley and Norwich City player has shown defensive as well of offensive skills.
A crisp passer of the ball, he would no doubt like to add to his tally of three goals so far.
But there are plenty of positives to take from his first 18 appearances for the club.
He started the month off with a virtuoso attacking display in the comprehensive win over Forest and never really looked back.
His reward for a rapid rise to prominence this season was a new deal until 2017 and he capped it by netting in the 3-2 reverse at Derby later that day.
He was only denied a second goal in successive games by a matter of inches after a typically barnstorming run through the heart of the Fulham defence and he created numerous chances for his side.
The absence of the 22-year-old was keenly felt at Bolton on Saturday, with Town unable to take their chances and often lacking that bit of ingenuity in attack.
Bunn could now be sidelined for up to three weeks with a thigh injury, but his impact in November was evident.