BURTON Albion manager Gary Rowett and star midfielder Jacques Maghoma have been recognised for the club's tremendous recent form by being nominated for the February League Two manager and player of the month awards respectively.
The Brewers did not lose a single game last month, winning four of their five matches and drawing the other.
They also scored an impressive 14 goals in that spell, including four in the space of three games for Maghoma.
Rowett won the December award, but the club have not had a player take the trophy since Billy Kee in 2011.
Maghoma will be up against Leon Legge, part of a Gillingham defence which conceded just three goals in six February fixtures as well as finding the net against Dagenham and Redbridge, and Wycombe Wanderers skipper Dave Winfield, who scored against York City as well as helping his side to away victories at high-flying Gillingham and Torquay United.
If Rowett is successful meanwhile, if will be an especially sweet victory for Albion fans, as he is up against pantomime villain Steve Evans, now manager of Rotherham United.
The Millers, beaten by Burton at the start of February, bounced back to record three wins and a draw to end the month.
Also in contention is Northampton Town boss Aidy Boothroyd, guided his team to four wins, a draw and a solitary loss in their six league fixtures last month.
The Cobblers are the only other team in the entire Football League to have won as many home games as the Brewers, both having notched up 14 victories.
The winners will be announced on Friday live on Sky Sports News from 9am.