Kevin Doyle's mum is going to need a wider mantlepiece.
The Reading striker's latest award is as Championship Powerade Player of the Month after a fine spell of form in September.
Doyle always sends his mother the trophies he wins and she'll be off out to get some more silver polish before too long.
Doyle, 25, hit a treble in the 4-2 win over Crystal Palace at the end of August and the Republic of Ireland international, netted a hat-trick in the 6-0 thrashing of Sheffield Wednesday.
He added another two when Swansea were beaten 4-0 at the Madejski Stadium.
His hot form helped propel the Royals into third place, with Doyle turning provider in the 3-0 win at then-leaders Wolves and the 3-1 success over Burnley.
Doyle revealed that his trophy will spend the next month in his families' pub in Wexford, south east Ireland.
He said: "My mum has all the things I have won since I started playing football.
"Everything is proudly on display somewhere, in the good dining room I think.
"She's having to put things in the spare room now because there isn't any more space. Hopefully she will have to keep on doing that."
He pipped Burnley's Joey Gudjonsson, Michael Kightly of Wolves and Derby's Martin Albrechtsen for the award.
Doyle added: "A few lads at this club could have won it. And a few lads at Wolves or Burnley, too, but to get an individual award is always a nice feeling.
"I suppose if I wasn't going to get it for that month I would never get it - scoring two hat-tricks helped the cause."
After a stuttering start to the season, which saw them beaten at Charlton and Ipswich, Reading are now within touching distance of new leaders Birmingham and second-place Wolves.
Doyle is not complacent about the task ahead of his side.
He said: "Anyone can beat anyone. Ipswich beat us, Sheffield Wednesday beat them and we beat Sheffield Wednesday by six. It is the strangest division.
"We have got a nice little run going for ourselves and we will try to keep that bandwagon rolling."
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