It has proven to be a fine start to 2019 for Swansea City, with Graham Potter's side racking up 16 goals across a six-match unbeaten sequence in January.
There were some stunning strikes to savour along the way, and we want you to decide which was the best.
There are four contenders to choose from.
First up is Oli McBurnie's opener as the Swans striker got the New Year off to a brilliant start by heading in Kyle Naughton's cross early on in a 4-1 win at Reading.
Then there is Courtney Baker-Richardson's goal against Preston, with the striker calmly finishing after a slick team move at Deepdale.
The third option is Bersant Celina's sensational strike from distance against Gillingham, as the Kosovo international fired an unstoppable effort into the top corner.
And, last but not least, is McBurnie's excellent header from a wonderful Jefferson Montero cross during the dramatic draw with Birmingham.
So, without further ado, it's over to you.
Once voting has closed, a randomly selected entrant will win a Swans shirt signed by the player whose goal has received the most votes.
Register your vote HERE.
The deadline for entries is midday on Friday, February 8.