WATCH: Sheffield Wednesday strike nominated for EFL Goal of the Year - how to vote

Adam Reach's stunning goal against Aston Villa in November has been nominated for EFL Goal of the Year.

Friday, 30th March 2018, 11:39 pm
Updated Friday, 30th March 2018, 11:45 pm
Adam Reach's strike against Aston Villa has been nominated for EFL Goal of the Year

The Sheffield Wednesday midfielder's incredible effort after just 18 seconds which set the Owls in their way to victory at Villa Park is among 10 in the running.

Reach goes up against Plymouth's Graham Carey, Morecambe pair Kevin Ellison and Paul Mullin, Luton's Olly Lee, Marcus Maddison of Peterborough, Scunthorpe's Josh Morris, Aiden O'Brien of Millwall, Walsall's Erhun Oztumer and Barnsley's Joe Williams.

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You can vote for Reach's goal by clicking hereThe top five goals will be revealed on Tuesday April 3 - when voting closes - with the overall Goal of the Year winner being voted for and revealed at the EFL Awards on Sunday April 15.

Reach's team mate Atdhe Nuhiu can count himself unfortunate with his timing. The Owls frontman struck an incredible goal on Friday against Preston at Hillsborough which could well have made the shortlist, but it seemingly came just a little too late.

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Adam Reach celebrates his goal with Ross Wallace and Gary Hooper
Adam Reach celebrates his goal with Ross Wallace and Gary Hooper