Huddersfield Town fans, we are offering you the chance to vote for your player of the month for December in the latest instalment of our new competition.
Each month, we will collate your player ratings and work out the averages for each player, with the top three coming into contention for the award and it's up to you to decide which Town player will be crowned the Examiner player of the month.
Jacob Butterfield came out on top in our inaugural award for November with a whopping 71% of the vote ahead of the likes of Harry Bunn (14%), Joel Lynch (8%) and Mark Hudson (7%).
December was a mixed month for the Terriers, with impressive home wins over high-flying Brentford and resurgent Bolton Wanderers at either end of the month the highlights for Chris Powell and his side.
Town's away form, however, offered a sharp contrast as they slumped to an abject 5-0 defeat at Norwich City after Murray Wallace's early sending-off and conceded twice late on to draw 2-2 at Rotherham United , while there was also a dismal 1-0 home defeat to Birmingham City in between.
But despite the inconsistent run of form, it has not been all doom and gloom for Powell's men 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 Wednesday and we will announce the winner on both Twitter and Facebook on Thursday.
Take a look through the three players who earned the highest ratings from you in December below and pick your favourite.
LOOK: Huddersfield Town in December
The tenacious midfielder may have started January off on the wrong foot after a foolish sending-off against Reading in the FA Cup, but his work in December could not be faulted.
He was instrumental in the home win over Brentford as he helped to shackle the dangerous Alex Pritchard and effectively broke up Bees attacks while his stock rose even further against Bolton as he set up both goals.
His absence at Rotherham on Boxing Day was telling, with Town looking frail at the back without his defensive patrolling as they collapsed late on and he came out on top twice during the month for the fans' ratings - against Birmingham and Bolton.
The midfield schemer carried his good form from the previous two months on into December, with his outstanding goal against Bolton the highlight of his month's work.
He secured ratings of 7.7 against Neil Lennon's side, where he went close with a first-half effort before a stunning strike from the edge of the penalty area, and in the 2-1 win over Brentford as he played a key role in the decisive second goal.
He was missed sorely by his side in the cup defeat to Reading, with the Terriers looking bereft of ideas in the attacking third of the field without his craft.
The winger was deceptively influential in December as he single-handedly saw off Brentford with the opening goal and applying pressure to Jake Bidwell to turn into his own net for the second.
His form may have dipped slightly from the standards set in the stunning wins over Blackpool and Nottingham Forest, but he still managed to secure an assist too, with a clever low cross picking out James Vaughan to score at Rotherham.
He also had a hand in his side's opener against Bolton and secured the highest rating of the trio of nominees (8.3) with his virtuoso performance against the Bees to mark his 100th appearance for the club.