Leeds United duo Shane Higgs and Andy Hughes have been included in this weeks League One team of the week for their performances at Wycombe Wanderers.
Higgs who was a summer signing from Cheltenham Town has quickly made himself Leeds number one with a string of fine performances.
On Saturday he ensured Leeds took home the three points with a fantastic save in the final minute.
Mr Versatile, Andy Hughes put in another solid performance filling in at left back for the injured Ben Parker.
Also included is former Leeds striker Ian Thomas-Moore (changed his surname after getting wed in the summer) playing for Tranmere.
The team of the week is picked by the Press Association for the best performing eleven players for their positions.
Shane Higgs – Leeds
Andrew Whing – Brighton
Jens Berthul Askou – Norwich
Danny Coles – Bristol Rovers
Andy Hughes – Leeds
Ashley Vincent – Coventry
John Welsh – Tranmere
Anthony Kay – Huddersfield
Steve Jones – Walsall
Ian Thomas-Moore – Tranmere
Jordan Rhodes – Huddersfield
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