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Reading Player Of The Month - October 2014

Aaron Kuhl won in August, Oliver Norwood took it in September - now it's time to vote for your October winner of The Tilehurst End's Player of the Month award.

In alphabetical order...

Hope Akpan

Average rating: 6.00 (3 apps); Man Of The Match awards: 1st (Leeds United A), 3rd (Bournemouth A)

The Royals conceded six goals in the two games Hope missed through injury and potential jetlag after a first call-up to the Nigeria squad earlier in the month. He took the MOTM award in the 0-0 draw at Elland Road but couldn't prevent Bournemouth grabbing three in defeat on the South Coast. Has he stood out enough to win your vote?

Adam Federici

Average rating: 6.60 (5 apps); Man Of The Match awards: 1st (Bournemouth A)

Comfortably the highest rated Reading player in October, a full 0.6 points ahead of anyone else, largely thanks to the best performance in a Royals shirt this month in defeat at the Goldsands Stadium, where the Aussie stopper prevented the scoreline from becoming even more embarrassing. Are his heroics to be rewarded with October's prize?

Jamie Mackie

Average rating: 6.00 (5 apps); Man Of The Match awards: 1st (Brentford A), 1st (Blackpool H), 3rd (Derby County H)

Two MOTM awards for Mackie this month as he showed his typical never-say-die attitude across all five matches in October, setting up Cox's goal at Brentford along the way. A willing runner on the right wing, is his passion and energy going to thrust him towards a Player Of The Month gong?

Glenn Murray

Average rating: 6.00 (4 apps); Man Of The Match awards: 2nd (Derby County H), joint-3rd (Blackpool H)

Four appearances and Murray was rated six in every single match by our different match reporters - consistency in a month of generally poor performances across the whole Reading squad. He's been a constant threat, and opened the scoring at home to Blackpool with a header - is his consistency going to see him go two better than September's vote?

Those are your four nominees - you've got until Friday to vote for your winner...