One Newcastle star has been nominated for the Championship PFA Player of the Month award.

A series of excellent performances have seen Jonjo Shelvey at the heart of everything positive that Newcastle have produced in recent weeks.

The midfielder creating and scoring goals, including that stunner at Loftus Road in the 6-0 demolition of QPR.

Tuesday morning and Sky Sports have announced the nominations for each division and these are the six for the Championship award:

Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield Town)

Conor Hourihane (Barnsley)

Jacob Murphy (Norwich City)

Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle United)

Scott Hogan (Brentford)

Tammy Abraham (Bristol City)

Details of how to vote are below but take note that today it is voting for the Premier League award by clicking the link, with the voting for Jonjo Shelvey and the Championship PFA player of the month starting tomorrow (Wednesday).

Sky Sports:

The contenders for the first PFA Fans’ Player of the Month awards of the season can be revealed by Sky Sports.

Our expert panel has produced the shortlist of contenders but it’s you, the fans, who will be able to decide where the award goes by voting for the player you think deserves it the most.

One voting fan in each division, who is a resident in the UK or Ireland, will win the chance to meet and present the award to each PFA Fans’ Player of the Month.

The panel includes Sky Sports football pundits Paul Merson, Ian Holloway and Peter Beagrie. That trio will be joined by Mike Riley, general manager of the Professional Game Match Officials, and Malcolm Clarke, chairman of the Football Supporters Federation.

Voting will start this week for each individual league, starting with the Premier League on Tuesday. The Sky Bet Championship vote will take place on Wednesday with the Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two votes taking place on Thursday and Friday respectively.

Have your say NOW – vote for your Premier League Fans’ Player of the Month HERE!

The winners of each vote will be announced at 10am the following morning to each respective vote.’