Aleksandar Mitrović has been nominated for PFA Player of the Month, after plundering four goals in his last three matches.
It follows on from a blistering October, when he ended up with the POTM trophy.
After drawing a blank at the start of November against Hull City, Mitrović starred away at Birmingham City and grabbed the winner in the second half.
A booking picked up at St Andrew’s meant he missed the chance to add to his season tally against Queens Park Rangers, but he made up for lost time with a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win over Derby County.
And he rounded off the month in style, with his predatory brace winning the game for Fulham at Swansea City on Friday.
Mitro’s competition comes from Jarrod Bowen (Hull), Kyle Bartley (West Bromwich Albion), Jed Wallace (Millwall), Matty Cash and Brice Samba (both Nottingham Forest).
The award is decided by fans, and you can show your support for Mitrović by voting for him below. (Voting closes 8am Wednesday 4th December).