- Handed his first start of the season at home
to Southampton and has kept the jersey ever
since. Sexy Pete played a blinder in getting
though both FA Cup games with Wrexham are
conceding just one league goal from open play
says it all.
- Returned from suspension to put in another set
of impressive performances infront of the back
four. Still dictating play superbly, it was no
surprise to see him linked with a move away to
Premier League Norwich during the transfer
Will Buckley - Finally fit and firing
on all cylinders. His four goals in the month
including a brace at Peterborough took him onto
seven for the season and his return his
galvanised the side with the attacking threat we
have otherwise been missing.
Inigo Calderon - Returned from injury
to captain the side in Gordon Greer's absence
and looked more than comfortable at right back.
Opened his account for the campaign with a
goal-of-the-season candidate at home to Bristol
- Continued his fine form at the start of the
month and then showed what a strong character he
is for one so young by putting in even more
impressive displays at Peterborough, home to
Newcastle and at Crystal Palace despite his
brush with the law.
- Began the month at centre half with typically
calm displays before being asked to cover at
left back at the end after Marcos Painter's
return was abruptly halted at Peterborough.
Doesn't look out position even when he is out of
- Announced his first team arrival with two
goals in his first two starts against
Southampton and Wrexham. Looks like he could be
the midfield play maker that the Albion have
been crying out for since Vicente took a liking
to the physio room.
Gordon Greer - The skipper blotted his
copybook with a stupid sending off against
Southampton with his party trick of elbowing an
opponent in the face. Returned against
Peterborough and looked immense in the last few
games of the month.
Craig Mackail-Smith -
Another goalless month for
the Albion's record signing. His shift against
Newcastle was probably his best yet and only a
fine save from Tim Krul denied him a deserved
first goal since the end of November.
Matt Sparrow -
Starting to nail down a regular starting
berth in the midfield and highlighted how
dangerous he is in front of goal with a brace
against Southampton including a wonder goal from