IT’S coming down to the crunch for Wanderers – but who has been your outstanding player in a rollercoaster season?

Dougie Freedman’s team have come a long, long way since the start of February when they were looking anxiously over their shoulder at the bottom three, sitting 20th in the Championship.

A brilliant run of 10 wins out of 15 games has given them a fighting chance of the play-offs, and an opportunity to return to the bright lights and big fortunes of the Premier League next season at the first attempt.

We have provided a shortlist of leading candidates below – and a brief reason as to why they should get your vote.

The vote will be open until Friday lunchtime, when the winner will be decided.

MARCOS ALONSO After so long in the periphery of the squad battling against injury, this has been a break-out season for the former Real Madrid starlet. Alonso has grown in stature and become a consistent performer at full-back – chipping in with some important goals too.

CRAIG DAWSON Wanderers were down in the doldrums when the West Brom defender arrived on loan but since he slotted in alongside Zat Knight at the heart of defence, the only way has been up. Dawson’s organisation at the back and incredible scoring record has made him a fan-favourite.

CHRIS EAGLES The mercurial winger has produced some moments of magic this term, leading the Championship in just about every attacking statistic you could mention. Eagles tops the goal charts at the Reebok too, and his recent return to top form has come just in time for a concerted play-off push.

DARREN PRATLEY Renaissance man Pratley has become the unsung hero of the Wanderers midfield, nailing down a regular starting spot under Dougie Freedman. After a difficult first season, the ex-Swansea star is now firmly winning over his doubters with a string of powerhouse performances.

JAY SPEARING Consistency has been the key for Spearing, whose bulldog-like displays in midfield have helped him become a cult hero on the terraces. Already in possession of the BWSA player of the year award, will the Anfield ace make it a clean sweep at the end of the season?