Ricky Holmes has been shortlisted for the League One PFA Player of the Month award for September, and fans can show their support by voting for him.
The 30-year-old scored three goals in six games across September - the opener in our 4-3 win at Oldham Athletic, the second in our 2-1 win against Southend United, and also notched in the 2-2 draw against Walsall.
Holmes is now onto four League One goals for this season, and on his way to bettering the tally of 13 he achieved last time around.
Attacking midfielder Holmes has also been a prolific provider, with six assists from ten appearances for the Addicks
Holmes is one of six nominees for the award. The other contenders are: Wigan Athletic defender Dan Burn, Rotherham United forward Keiffer Moore, Scunthorpe United goalkeeper Matt Gilks, Peterborough United striker Jack Marriott, and Blackburn Rovers defender Charlie Mulgrew.
The PFA Player of the Month award is decided by a public vote, which closes today at 11pm.
Charlton fans can show their support for Holmes by clicking here to vote
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