There has been plenty of movement in the Bundesliga this February and plenty of individual brilliance on which to shine a light.
Four players' stars shone brighter than most, but you have chosen FC Bayern München's Robert Lewandowski as the standout player of the month.
The 27-year-old scored three times for the club - including another double in the DFB Cup at VfL Bochum - to keep his club on a steady course for a domestic double, scooping over 6,000 votes (56 per cent) in our Twitter poll in the process. He thereby fended off the challenge of Mats Hummels (Borussia Dortmund), Younes Belhanda (FC Schalke 04) and Filip Kostic (VfB Stuttgart).
Here's a reminder of why the Polish international takes the award this month, and why his competitors were in the running:
- Moved onto 22 goals for the season with his strike against SV Darmstadt 98 on Matchday 22.
- Having scored against the Lilies, Lewandowski is the only player in the Bundesliga to have scored against all 18 clubs currently in Germany's top flight.
- Has scored 32 goals in 32 competitive fixtures this season.
- His brace against FC Augsburg on Matchday 21 was the sixth time this season he has scored more than once in a game.
- Hummels helped Dortmund get through three games without conceding a single Bundesliga goal.
- Equally impressive in the UEFA Europa League, running a tight ship in a 2-0 win against FC Porto.
- Survived a strong Stuttgart attack as BVB booked their place in the semi-finals of the DFB Cup with a 3-1 win.
- Has an impressive average of over 70 per cent of tackles won and 85 per cent of passes reaching their intended man.
- Belhanda hit the ground running following his winter arrival on loan from FC Dynamo Kyiv.
- Opened his account for the Royal Blues in the 2-1 defeat to Mainz on Matchday 21.
- Scored a predatory header in the 1-1 draw with Stuttgart on Matchday 22.
- Kostic scored two important goals (against Eintracht Frankfurt on Matchday 20 and Hertha Berlin on Matchday 21) as Stuttgart continued their recent resurgence.
- Moved out to a role wide on the left by Jürgen Kramny and paid the Stuttgart coach back with his performances.