His thunderous volley from the edge of the Ross County area on August 24 made its way into the top corner and in a poll on the SPFL’s official Twitter feed, it earned 31.2% of the vote and beat off competition from all three tiers of the Scottish leagues.
The 22-year-old winger signed for the Lions in August and has made two appearances up north, suffering an injury in the same fixture after himself coming on as a substitute in the 29th minute.
Stobbs’ 52nd-minute strike was the final goal in a 4-1 win for Livingston, who are sat fifth in the table after five games.
In a message on social media the youngster said: “Thank you to everyone who voted, appreciated!”
He was on the bench for their 3-1 reversal at Ibrox this weekend, where Rangers ran out 3-1 winners in front of a sell-out crowd.
The terms of his loan would currently see Stobbs return to south Yorkshire in the new year, though it is understood that a new deal could be negotiated.