The nominees for the PFA’s Austraffic Player of the Month award for April have been revealed, with five A-League Men players up for the final award of the season.

PFA Members will receive a link from the PFA to vote on the nominees this week. Take a look at April’s nominees, below!

Hiroshi Ibusuki (Adelaide United)

Ibusuki finished the season on fire, scoring six goals in his last four matches to take his tally to 15 goals for the campaign. The Japanese striker’s goals came in twos, scoring three braces in matches against Perth Glory, Western United and Brisbane Roar. He also added an assist against Western, rounding out a tremendous month for the Japanese striker.

Adam Taggart (Perth Glory)

Taggart was the bright spark in a disappointing season for Perth Glory, taking his tally to 20 goals with an impressive final month of the campaign. The striker scored five goals, including braces against Adelaide United and Western United to round out one of his most impressive seasons to date, which has him on track to win his second A-League Men Golden Boot after winning his first in the 2013-14 season.

Tolgay Arslan (Melbourne City)

One of the A-League Men’s finest players this season, Arslan rounded out his first campaign at Melbourne City with a huge April. The midfielder scored five goals and tallied an assist, with three of those goals coming in City’s huge 8-0 win over Perth Glory. His performances were central to City securing the final top six spot on offer, as they edged ahead of Western Sydney Wanderers on the final day to lock in a place in the finals.

Dan Hall (Central Coast Mariners)

Hall’s brilliant season for the Central Coast Mariners continued in April, with a string of huge performances in the heart of defence. The centre-back played every minute in April, helping Mark Jackson’s side to an undefeated run of performances in the league that has them in pole position to win the A-League Men Premiership.

Ben Old (Wellington Phoenix)

The Wellington Phoenix youngster continued his breakout season with a fine end to the regular season. Old’s work just in behind Wellington’s attackers was key in securing a top two spot on the ladder. He helped himself to an assist in their 3-0 win over Macarthur FC and scored in their only defeat of the month – a 2-1 loss to Central Coast Mariners – to cap off an impressive string of performances.