Eoin Doyle has picked up the League Two Player of the Month award for the third month in a row as his scintillating form for Swindon Town continued in December.
The 31-year-old scored 23 goals in 24 league appearances for Richie Wellens's side - including five in five last month - before being recalled by parent club Bradford City earlier this week.
The impressive record means that Doyle - dubbed "the ginger Pele" - currently ranks as the season's top scorer in the EFL and Europe at large.
"Superlatives fail to do proper justice to the season Eoin Doyle is having," said Sky Sports pundit Don Goodman. "To win two Player of the Month awards in a row was impressive, but three on the bounce is something seriously special."
Meanwhile, Exeter City's Matt Taylor picked up the League Two Manager of the Month award after a run of 11 points from five games put the side within touching distance of the top two.