Stoke City defender Ben Wilmot is the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month winner for January, receiving 40 per cent of the general public vote.
Receiving the ball in midfield, Wilmot took a few seconds to tempo ahead after which his hammerhead of a shot took the identical period of time to journey 35 yards and bulge the online.
Wilmot mentioned: “It’s an honour to win the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month award and I’m grateful to the people who voted for me. I don’t think I’ll ever score a better goal – it’s just a shame that as a team we didn’t get anything out of the game itself.”
Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month choose and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman mentioned: “This month’s standard was so high, it really was going to take all the winning!
“So what a means for Wilmott to attain his first objective for the membership! Goals like this do not come alongside too typically, and it is no surprise that it has captured the voting public’s creativeness.
“The Stoke defender unleashed an absolute rocket which was still rising when it sailed past Daniel Iversen and into the Preston goal, a truer strike he may never hit again!”
Wilmot beat off competitors from Queens Park Rangers’ Chris Willock and Bristol City’s Antoine Semenyo.
Sky Bet League One winner: Dion Charles
Bolton Wanderers striker Dion Charles is the Sky Bet League One Goal of the Month winner for January, receiving 56 per cent of the general public vote.
With a minute left, Charles knew one thing particular was wanted to interrupt the impasse. The smoothest of swivels and hits into the far nook gave him a memorable first Bolton objective.
Charles mentioned: “I’m delighted to have received the award and because of all of the followers who voted my objective because the winner.
“It was a special goal for lots of reasons. It was one of my best and also a big one for the fans and the team to get the win we needed at the time.
“And on a private stage, it meant lots as nicely. It was my first for the membership – hopefully with tons extra to comply with – and in addition got here simply a few days after the delivery of our daughter Hattie, so it was nice to dedicate it to her.”
Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month judge and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman said: “A objective is rarely a nasty solution to introduce your self to a brand new set of followers however January signing Dion Charles’ final minute management and volley received the sport for Bolton in probably the most dramatic of circumstances.
“To be in the away end when it hit the net would have given the away fans a massive high that I’m sure they will have enjoyed!”
Charles beat off competitors from Burton Albion’s Kane Hemmings and Cambridge United’s Adam May.
Sky Bet League Two winner: Elliott Nevitt
Tranmere Rovers striker Elliott Nevitt is the Sky Bet League Two Goal of the Month winner for January, receiving 47 per cent of the general public vote.
Timing a volley because the ball takes an age to drop is an artwork type which Nevitt has clearly perfected. He waited simply lengthy sufficient to ship a wonderfully positioned shot into the highest nook.
Nevitt mentioned: “I’m delighted to win the Goal of the Month competitors. It was a objective that I’ll bear in mind for some time and it got here in an awesome win for the crew which is the principle factor.
“I remember the ball sitting up nicely, I just put my foot through it and it went into the top corner. I don’t mind how the goals come as long as the team is winning.”
Lead Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month choose and Sky Sports Pundit Don Goodman mentioned: “With the Scunthorpe defence failing to clear their lines, Nevitt was on hand to make sure they were thoroughly punished, with an outstanding 20-yard volley into the top corner.
“Nevitt’s story is a superb one, with him solely turning professional in July final yr at age of 24 and now in a crew difficult for promotion and scoring wondergoals…he’ll hope to play a giant half in main Tranmere into League One subsequent season.”
Nevitt beat off competitors from Walsall’s Conor Wilkinson and Hartlepool United’s Nicky Featherstone.