For the next three days you can cast your vote for your choice from those six goals for the November Goal of the Month.
It coincided with the arrival of Sean Dyche as the new manager and he got off to a good start with two home wins against Wolves and Leeds, two teams we've had real problems beating over the years.
Martin Paterson and Charlie Austin were the scorers in the 2-0 win against Wolves. Paterson latched onto a ball from Ben Mee down the left and finished well against the advancing Carl Ikeme. Austin's goal came from a left wing corner. With Wolves into zonal marking it left him unmarked to head home.
It was another header three days later, a late one to beat Leeds. The key to this goal was Chris McCann's ball out to Kieran Trippier down the right and Trippier's perfect cross was headed back across Paddy Kenny by Austin.
Vokes grabbed an equaliser at Ipswich in a game we ultimately lost, heading home, via a deflection, a precise cross from Junior Stanislas after both had come on as substitutes.
We drew a blank with ten men at home to Charlton but Dean Marney, against his former club Hull, scored the only goal of the game to win us three points at the KC for the fourth season in succession.
This really was a team goal which ended with Ross Wallace playing in Marney to place his shot, from the right of goal, into the far bottom corner.
One more goal to go in the month and it was Austin again with his head and again from a corner. Great movement from Charlie won him the space to allow him to head home unmarked at the near post.
That's it, six to chose from and the poll will run until the end of Friday with the Watford man of the match vote starting within an hour of the final whistle on Saturday. The poll, as always, can be found either on the front page or on the VOTING POLLS page.
The winning goal will automatically be included in the Goal of the Season vote. Already in there are the three monthly winners which are Dean Marney (August v Port Vale), Charlie Austin (September v Millwall) and Martin Paterson (October v Crystal Palace).
Source: Clarets Mad