Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic has been voted the PFA Vertu Motors Championship Fans' Player of the Month for October.
The Serbian striker also bagged the award in September and has come out on top of the fan vote again after continuing his fine form in front of goal.
Mitrovic polled 26.2% of the votes cast by fans from around the Championship, seeing off competition from Bournemouth's Gary Cahill. The former England international - a serial winner with Chelsea during his Premier League days - came second after snaring 20.2% of the vote, while West Brom's Karlan Grant was third - he received 18.6%.
Dominic Solanke, Jamie Paterson and Jerry Yates were also shortlisted for the award but Mitrovic's outstanding displays for promotion-chasing Fulham means he takes home the honour.
The month of October actually started slowly for Marco Silva's side - and Mitrovic - as they slid to a disappointing 4-1 defeat to Coventry, but things soon picked up.
Fulham overcame QPR by the same scoreline - with Mitrovic netting twice - and followed that up with a 2-0 win over struggling Cardiff; a game in which the Serb scored once.
Mitrovic scored another brace in the 4-0 win at Nottingham Forest before the highlight of the month came against rivals West Brom. Fulham's star man was in lethal form in front of goal, claiming a hat-trick in a comprehensive 3-0 victory.
He is the runaway top scorer in the division to date, with 20 goals to his name in just 17 Championship appearances, and, incredibly, averages a goal every 74 minutes. Mitrovic has also chalked up five assists.
Source : 90min