Voting is now open for the West Ham United Player of the Month award for February.
February was a bumper month for the Hammers, with four wins from four lifting them up the Barclays Premier League to a top-half position, after they began the month in the relegation zone.
Swansea City, Aston Villa, Norwich City and Southampton were all seen off as the Hammers strung together their best set of results since the Great Escape campaign of 2006/07.
The defence remained rock-solid throughout February, with only Maya Yoshida's header for Southampton breaching Adrian's goal in February.
West Ham's backline remained unchanged during the month and all five members - Adrian, Guy Demel, James Tomkins, James Collins and George McCartney are nominated.
Collins also netted against Norwich to round off a fine month for the Welshman.
In midfield, Kevin Nolan was in irrepressible form during February, notching braces against Swansea and Villa, as well as the Hammers' third against Southampton, to record five goals in four games.
He was well supported by Mark Noble and Matt Taylor from central positions, while out wide Matt Jarvis got in on the goalscoring act in the Southampton clash and Stewart Downing provided an assist for Carlton Cole in the trip to his former club Aston Villa.
Meanwhile Carlton Cole started three of the four games in February up front, with Andy Carroll suspended, and he took his goal tally for the season to six with the second against Southampton.
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