Leyton Orient winger Paul Smyth has gained the PFA Vertu Motors League Two Followers’ Participant of the Month award for October.
The O’s recovered after a gradual begin to the month to maintain their promotion hopes on monitor, with Smyth enjoying a key position as soon as extra.
After drawing a clean in a loss to Newport County – their solely League Two defeat throughout October – Smyth scored one of many targets of the season in Orient’s 1-1 draw at Doncaster, discovering the web with a sensational overhead kick which might later go viral.
Smyth went on to attain the opener in a 2-0 triumph towards Gillingham and the one purpose in a house win towards Salford Metropolis.
October’s award was a carefully fought one with Smyth claiming 21% of the votes to assert a slim victory. AFC Wimbledon ahead Josh Davison completed an in depth second with 20%, whereas Swindon City and Wales World Cup star Jonathan Williams got here third with 18%.
Shortly behind them got here Paddy Madden of Stockport County with 17%, with Stevenage’s Jordan Roberts rating fifth with 14%.
Swindon’s Luke Jephcott rounded off the voting with 11% to complete in sixth place.
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