Who joins Tozser and Martin in the Championship team of the month for September?

Brentford, Bournemouth, Ipswich Town, Leeds United, Cardiff City, Watford, Norwich City, Middlesbrough and Derby County stars all feature.

Norwich City sit top of the Championship table after September came to an end with three points sitting on 20 points.

The Canaries are ahead on goal difference while Fulham have moved off the bottom of the table with Blackpool currently sitting in 24th place, still searching for their first win.

Here’s our Championship team of the month for September.

GK – David Button (Brentford)

The joint highest number of saves along with Joe Lewis of Blackpool. Button has commanded his defence well as the Bees have secured vital points.

DF – Simon Francis (Bournemouth)

Francis won more tackles than any other defender last month.

DF – Christophe Berra (Ipswich Town)

Topped the stats tables in terms of effective clearances and aerial duels.

DF – Jason Pearce (Leeds United)

Pearce showed great leadership at a difficult time for Leeds as the Whites secured three wins and a draw before defeat at Brentford.

DF – Bruno Manga (Cardiff City)

More interceptions than any other defender, showing a brilliant ability to read the game effectively.

MF – Daniel Tozser (Watford)

Only one player had more crosses than Tozser, who was key in helping Watford get to the top of the table.

MF – Nathan Redmond (Norwich City)

Always provides pace and a real threat from wide areas.

MF – Grant Leadbitter (Middlesbrough)

One of the midfielders with three goals in September, showing a desire to lead by example for his team.

MF – Alan Judge (Brentford)

Three assists to his name last month. He made the right decisions at the right times for the Bees.

ST – Cameron Jerome (Norwich City)

More goals than any other forward in the Championship last month.

ST – Chris Martin (Derby County)

Three goals and only two players with more touches in September, Martin was always going to feature.

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