Sheffield Wednesday have scored some cracking goals this season.
They have already found the back of the net 29 times and had 13 different scorers.
Here is the pick of the bunch:
Marco Matias (Leeds United)
The Portuguese forward opened his Owls account in stunning style. Matias showed neat footwork to expose the Leeds defence, flicking the ball over his shoulder from right foot to left before smashing an unstoppable volley past Marco Silvestri. His strike drew comparisons to Paul Gascoigne's famous effort against Scotland at Wembley during Euro 96. WATCH THE GOAL HERE
Lucas Joao (Brentford)
He stepped off the bench in the second half to claim his first Championship goal. Joao capitalised on Jack O’Connell's hesitation, raced clean through and calmly slotted a right foot shot out of David Button's reach. It was a classy finish and boosted Joao's confidence. WATCH THE GOAL HERE
Lewis McGugan (Preston)
As Preston pressed pushed for a late equaliser, McGugan eased Wednesday's nerves in the dying minutes by spectacularly scoring his third goal of the campaign. The midfielder showed all his class, spotting goalkeeper Jordan Pickford off his line in injury-time and brilliantly lobbed him from 45 yards out. WATCH THE GOAL HERE
Ross Wallace (Arsenal)
Arguably the best team goal of the season to date. It was a super move on the left flank involving Jeremy Helan, Barry Bannan and Daniel Pudil, with Wallace smartly sweeping home the Czech Republic international's textbook low centre. That strike got Hillsborough rocking. WATCH THE GOAL HERE
Fernando Forestieri (Nottingham Forest)
Let me make it clear from the off, Forest debutant Dimitar Evtimov should have kept Forestieri's strike from distance out. It was an inexplicable mistake. But Forestieri's first touch was sublime and it bamboozled substitute Ben Osborn, creating the space for him to deliver the knockout blow. WATCH THE GOAL HERE