Have you made your vote count for the England Women's Player of the Year award?
Alex Scott is one of ten players on the shortlist to be crowned the England Women’s Player of the Year.
The 28-year-old made her international debut against Holland in 2004 and she has gone on to make the right-back position her own with a number of swashbuckling performances.
Along with namesake Jill, she was named in the FIFA All-Star Team for the 2011 Women's World Cup.
Scott featured eight times for her country over the last 12 months, helping them qualify for Euro 2013 – only Karen Carney, Steph Houghton and Fara Williams made more appearances.
England won five of those eight games and kept clean sheets in four of them.
The Arsenal defender, whose Gunners club mate Ellen White is the reigning Player of the Year, spent the summer representing Team GB at London 2012.
Scott put in four typically commanding displays, against New Zealand, Cameroon, Brazil and Canada.
And although she was disappointed not to have progressed further in the Olympics, Scott hopes Team GB’s performances will inspire future generations of female footballers.
She said: “It’s all about leaving a legacy and hoping that the momentum behind women’s football carries on in this country.”
But has Scott done enough to secure your vote?
You can also choose your Men's Senior and Men's Under-21s Players of 2012, the winners of all three awards will be presented with their prizes at the inaugural FA England Awards in association with Vauxhall at St. George's Park on Sunday 3 February 2013.
Voting for all will close at midnight on Sunday 13 January 2013.