Each week, Sport360 will be bring you the best five players from the English Premier League, as chosen by you the supporters through our ValoraFutbol fan ratings tool.
YOU have direct influence on who appears in each Top Five so be sure to rate each weekend.
What do you make of this week’s ratings?
1. JORDON IBE (BOURNEMOUTH) – 8.2
The 20-year-old winger was in red hot form as he helped the Cherries thrash Hull City 6-1.
Ibe, who joined the South Coast club from Liverpool for a club record fee in July, has made an impressive start to life under Eddie Howe.
And, if he can continue to produce top-quality performances, then he may well come into the reckoning for England.
2. CHARLIE AUSTIN (SOUTHAMPTON) – 8.1
The powerful forward scored a second-half brace, including a goal from the penalty spot, to secure a comfortable win for Southampton over Burnley.
Austin showed predatory instincts to poke home following Virgil van Dijk’s headed cut back and then scored from 12 yards after a foul by Johann Berg.
The Saints are now up to 8th in the table and Austin’s form will be key to their hopes this term.
3. JUNIOR STANISLAS (BOURNEMOUTH) – 7.9
‘Hit the target’ – that’s what all good coaches tell young players and it’s exactly what the 26-year-old did against Hull.
Stanislas scored twice from his three shots on target and made three key passes against Mike Phelan’s men.
It was a confident all-round display which could have easily seen him secure the top Valora position on any other week.
4. JOE ALLEN (STOKE CITY) – 7.9
The goals just keep going in for Joe Allen.
The former Liverpool midfielder has scored four in total this season – and reached that tally with a brace in the 2-0 victory over Sunderland.
Stoke assistant manager Mark Bowen believes Allen can reach double figures this term.
4 - Joe Allen has already matched his best-ever Premier League season in terms of goals scored (4, also 2011/12). Stoked.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 15, 2016
5. MAARTEN STEKELENBURG (EVERTON) – 7.7
What a performance!
The Toffees goalkeeper saved penalties from both Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero and also made a string of other high-profile saves as Ronald Koeman’s men grinded out a point against Manchester City.
It was a fine performance from the veteran Dutchman, who has recently been recalled to the international fold.
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