Liam Feeney, Jordan Thompson and Matty Virtue are all in contention to be named your Blackpool Player of the Month for September.
The trio helped the Seasiders pick up seven league points last month and made their own individual marks on the side.
Here's why those three players are up for the accolade:
Fresh from scooping August's award, Liam Feeney has continued to be Blackpool's main source of creativity, assisting a further seven goals in the month of September. His overall tally of 10 for the campaign now puts him top of the pile for assists across all four of England's top divisions.
Though he missed the start of the month due to international commitments, Jordan Thompson quickly put his stamp back on the side and excelled playing further forward in a midfield three. A sublime individual strike helped the team beat Lincoln City 2-1 at Bloomfield Road.
Ruled out with injury in August, Matty Virtue has firmly put himself in manager Simon Grayson's plans with his displays in September. His return to the side saw the team revert to a three-man midfield and take seven points from the last three games. His first goal of the season came in a 1-1 draw at Accrington Stanley.
Vote for your winner on the form below before the closing time of 5pm on Friday 4 October: