As we enter the last week of the 2009-10 Premier League campaign, I take a look back at the six greatest goals scored this season, and ask you readers which of them you consider the goal of the season.
There have certainly been some fine goals scored throughout the campaign from both the usual suspects, but also from some unlikely sources.
Back in December, Maynor Figueroa's stunning free-kick from within his half lit up a cold, dark afternoon at Stoke.
More recently, Danny Rose set Spurs on their way to a first league win against Arsenal in more than a decade with a fierce 30-yard volley on his debut, rocking White Hart Lane.
I will look at five goals that have caught my eye in particular and make a case for choosing each one as the best goal scored this season.
My choice may prove controversial, but I am open to other suggestions.
I hope you enjoy the show, and look forward to starting up a debate about what makes a truly memorable goal: is it a long-range strike, a moment of inventive genius, or a goal of real significance?