Argyle Player Of The Month?
Who has been Plymouth Argyle's best player during September?
Let's have a vote and find out!
Argyle started the month in 23rd place, playing six league games during September, winning two games, drawing three and losing just one. The Pilgrims' scored and conceded nine goals.
Carl Fletcher's side finished the month in 16th place in League Two.
So who has been the best player during September.
We have narrowed the contenders down to six players.
Young right-back Durrell Berry returned to the team in September after recovering from injury and continued his fine form from the end of last season.
Due to an injury and international call-up Onismor Bhasera only played four games during the month but made a good case of being Man of the Match in each game.
Goalkeeper Jake Cole made a number of good saves during Argyle's last six games and kept a clean sheet against Torquay United.
Striker Warren Feeney was top scorer for Argyle during September with a goal against Northampton and a brace in the 3-2 win at Morecambe.
Conor Hourihane has become the midfield playmaker and scored a cracking 25-yard goal against Bristol Rovers.
Robbie Williams has been solid at left-back and popped up with a long range effort against Port Vale to take his tally to three goals for the season.
Who is your choice?
The Argyle Player of the Month poll can be accessed on the Home and News pages, take part in the vote and have your say.