Premier League: Luis Suarez (Liverpool)
The votes are in and the PFA Fans' Player of the Month award for November has been awarded to Liverpool's talismanic striker Luis Suarez.
Uruguay international Suarez has risen to the challenge of being the club's only fit striker, scoring 10 leagues already, which represents nearly 50 per cent of Liverpool's output in the Premier League to date.
Suarez netted four goals in the Premier League during November, including a brace against Wigan Athletic. He also netted goals for the Reds against Chelsea and Newcastle, to win his team a pair of hard fought 1-1 draw.
Without Suarez it would be difficult to see how Liverpool can continue to climb the Premier League in pursuit of fourth spot and Champions League football.
Championship: Charlie Austin (Burnley)
Burnley's Charlie Austin is the PFA Fans' Championship Player of the Month for November. Austin currently sits second in the Championship scorers' list with 19 goals.
He added three goals to that tally during November, including a vital winner for his team against Leeds United in a real six-pointer.
The Clarets currently sit 16th in the Championship with 29 points from 22 games. Austin is the club's top scorer by some distance, with 22 goals in all competitions.
League One: David McGoldrick (Coventry City)
David McGoldrick won the third tier vote for the PFA Player of the Month gong. With four goals and one assist in the month, the young striker has enjoyed another excellent spell in front of goal. The Sky Blues have been in good form, with three victories in the league owing much to McGoldrick's exploits.
He started the month in emphatic fashion, scoring a brace against Crawley Town. When Coventry travelled away to Hartlepool the striker scored a 58th minute penalty to spark a goal scoring flurry. He continued his rich run of form against Colchester courtesy of an 87th minute strike.
McGoldrick is currently the leading goalscorer in League One with 15 goals so far. He is currently three goals ahead of his nearest rival, Clayton Donaldson.
League Two: Tom Pope (Port Vale)
Another stellar month for the Port Vale man sees him take the PFA prize for November. Micky Adams' side currently lie in second place in League Two, trailing leaders Gillingham by five points.
Last month saw Pope increase his goal tally to 21 goals for the season. The lively front man was on target five times for Vale in what is surely the finest season of his career.
Pope sits comfortably at the top of the League Two goalscoring charts with 19, four ahead of second placed Jamie Cureton. Port Vale were unbeaten throughout November in the league, with two wins and three draws, whilst they also recorded an FA Cup win over Forest Green.
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