It was hard to find just one stand-out performer in a Sheffield Wednesday shirt as the Owls saw off Aston Villa with a superb away display.
Here's how we rated the players individually...
KEIREN WESTWOOD - 7
Didn't have a lot to do bar a few comfortable saves and easy catches/clearances and was absolutely fuming at the end to have conceded and prevented a clean sheet.
JACK HUNT - 7
Did well getting forward and put in some great tackles at the other end
GLENN LOOVENS - 8
Didn't put a foot wrong at the back and barely gave the Villa forward line a kick, edging his way in front of strikers and putting a foot in to clear danger. Superb in the second half
TOM LEES - 8
Like Loovens was excellent in the second period and an absolute colossus in the air. Best performance of the season so far
MORGAN FOX - 7
Defended well, particularly after the break though caught out for their goal. Not much going forward but did enough work to allow more freedom to Reach
ROSS WALLACE - 7
Crucial in the second half during a period of Villa pressure, as he picked the ball deep and carried it forward to take the heat off. Was missed when he went off injured
BARRY BANNAN - 8
Superb. Ran the midfield from an attacking sense, spraying intelligent balls all over the pitch and producing an incredible amount of work
JACOB BUTTERFIELD - 9
One of the best Wednesday performances of this season by any player. Butterfield was peerless; breaking up play, playing neat passes and setting up attacks, all of which allowed Bannan to better fulfill his role
ADAM REACH - 8
Stunning goal to kick things off for Wednesday after mere seconds and it set the tone for him and the team. Playing with real confidence at the minute and relishing the left wing role again
GARY HOOPER - 7
A somewhat quieter day for the striker who hasn't quite linked up that well with Rhodes but still there were a number of quick passes which cut the Villa defence open, not least for the second goal
JORDAN RHODES - 7
All round he's still finding his feet but if he continues to find a goal while that happens, then no one can complain. Bullied a little in the second half when Wednesday needed to hold the ball up closer to Villa's goal than their own.
LIAM PALMER - 6
Defended well on the right when coming on for Wallace but inexplicably denied Fletcher a certain goal by sliding in and taking a cross from him
STEVEN FLETCHER - 7
Came on for Rhodes and was the perfect addition. Held the ball up and offered the Villa defence more of a physical problem than Rhodes had done, which was crucial
On late for Hooper