We asked you to vote for your player of the month for September and you responded in your masses. Giving your support to the player you feel has impressed the most during this seasons first full month of fixtures.
The polls are closed and the votes have been counted so it's time to announce the winners of the PFA Fans' Player of the Month award for September.
Premier League winner: Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)
The Arsenal and Wales midfielder seems to have finally put his injury nightmare behind him and is showing the form that persuaded Arsene Wenger to sign the player from Cardiff City in 2008. So far this season he has scored eight goals in all competitions for club and country with five of those goals coming in September.
Championship winner: Danny Ings (Burnley)
Danny Ings has revelled in his role as the main striker for Burnley so far this season as Sean Dyche's men make an early push for promotion to the Premier League. The striker has scored seven goals and counting, including three in the month of September.
League One winner: David Mooney (Leyton Orient)
Arguably the front runner for the League One PFA Fans' Player of the Month award, David Mooney has played a major role in the O's early season success. Scoring four goals in as many games to propel Leyton Orient to the top of League One. The striker has nine goals to his name so far this season and is a deserved recipient of this prestigious award.
League Two winner: Scott Hogan (Rochdale)
Hogan returned to Rochdale after spells in non league and his five goals to date make him joint top scorer in League Two. Rochdale boss Keith Hill has also tipped the striker to follow in the footsteps of Grant Holt, Adam Le Fondre and Rickie Lamber by achieving Premier League status.
“I think he's been excellent. He scores goals, he's got pace to burn, he can be creative and he's difficult for older, experienced players."
With praise like this it's easy to see why he was voted League Two's PFA Fans' Player of the Month for September 2013.