Player of the Month voting now live

Voting is now open to decide your West Ham United Player of the Month for September.

The Hammers gained four points from their three games in September, drawing 2-2 at Hull City, before claiming a memorable 3-1 Boleyn Ground victory over Liverpool.

The month may have ended with a narrow 2-1 defeat at Manchester United, but there were plenty of positives to take into the Autumn.

September's nominated players are:

Diafra Sakho - The Senegal striker could not have made a better start to life in a Hammers shirt. After notching against Sheffield United at the end of August, he proceeded to score in all three games during September - his first three Barclays Premier League starts. His sumptuous chip against Liverpool was undoubtedly the highlight, to add to goals at Hull and Manchester United.

Stewart Downing - Downing has revelled in his new role at the tip of a midfield diamond for the Hammers, enjoying an outstanding September. After setting up both goals at Hull, he also played a key role against Liverpool, shackling Steven Gerrard as well as influencing proceedings going forward. Providing the assist for Morgan Amalfitano's game-clinching third was the icing on the cake.

Enner Valencia - Ecuador striker Valencia also made his mark in September, announcing his arrival on the Barclays Premier League scene with an outstanding long-range effort against Hull City. His shot took the breath away as it thundered past Allan McGregor in the Hull goal, as the Hammers fought their way to a 2-2 draw.

Cheikhou Kouyate - August Player of the Month winner Kouyate earns another nomination after continuing to impress in the Hammers engine room. He missed the last game in September at Manchester United due to a groin injury sustained against Liverpool - not that it defeated him in that game itself. Twice going down for treatment, twice he battled on to help his side to victory.

Winston Reid - September's final nominee is centre back Winston Reid. The defender was part of a backline which repelled Liverpool's second half comeback as the host protected the lead given to them, thanks in part to Reid's second minute opener - his first goal for nearly a year.

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