Bradford City striker Andy Cook has won the PFA Vertu Motors League Two Fans’ Player of the Month award for November.
The 32-year-old enjoyed a fine month as the Bantams’ push for promotion back to League One continued.
After losing to local rivals Harrogate Town in the FA Cup, Bradford kicked off November’s League Two action with a 2-1 victory away to Mansfield Town, with Cook scoring the winner.
Four days later, Cook scored the opener as Bradford beat Sutton United 2-0 at the Knights Community Stadium.
However, despite scoring a penalty in stoppage time, Cook and Bradford were beaten 3-1 at Valley Parade by Northampton Town to wrap up their League Two action for November.
Cook ran away with the voting for November’s award, claiming 38% to finish in first place.
His nearest challenger was Kristian Dennis of Carlisle United, who came in second place with 20% of the vote. Luke Armstrong of Harrogate finished in third with 14%.
Crewe Alexandra’s Daniel Agyei and Barrow’s Billy Waters tied for fourth place with 10% each, while Ayoub Assal of AFC Wimbledon came in sixth with 8%.
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