Northern Ireland international Rachel Furness has been nominated for February's PFA Fans Women's Super League award.
The Liverpool star registered three goals including a stunner in a 3-2 defeat to Women's Super League champions Arsenal at Chester City's Deva Stadium.
She also netted two in the 4-2 loss away to West Ham United at Rush Green Stadium.
Liverpool currently sit bottom of the league but performances have improved due to the arrival of the former Reading midfielder.
Since she joined the Reds in January, Furness has netted four goals in four games and has also registered one assist.
The 31-year-old had played for Tottenham Hotspur on loan up until January in their debut Women's Super League season, playing nine league games and scoring once in a 1-0 win over her parent club.
Furness also featured for Northern Ireland in all three Pinatar Cup matches last week and scored her 26th international goal opening the scoring in the 2-1 defeat to Scotland.
Furness will go up against Chelsea duo Bethany England and Carly Telford, Manchester City's Lauren Hemp, West Ham's Martha Thomas and Brighton & Hove Albion's Aileen Whelan for the award.
Voting is now open and will close on Monday 16 March at 8am on the PFA official website.
Have your say here.