Craig Bellamy was today named Standard Chartered's Player of the Month for the second consecutive month.
The Wales international collected 56 per cent of the vote to see off competition from Martin Skrtel (15 per cent) and Andy Carroll (11 per cent).
Bellamy's month began with a goal in the FA Cup win over Oldham.
The highlight was perhaps striking the goal which sent Liverpool to Wembley at the expense of former club Manchester City.
There were also goals against Bolton and Wolves.
After collecting the award from LFC TV presenter Matt Critchley today, Bellamy said: "Reaching the final and getting to Wembley was big for us because going into January we knew the amount of games we had against opposition like Manchester City three times and Manchester United in the FA Cup.
"So we knew it was going to be a tough, tough month for us but fortunately we've come through both (cup ties) and going into February we're in good shape.
"We had eight games in the space of three or four weeks and the squad's been tested, but we've come through it.
"We've got a chance to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals if we beat Brighton, we're in the final of the League Cup, we're four points off fourth and have a fully fit squad, so we have a good chance to up the charge and end the season on a real positive note."
While delighted to have found the back of the net on four occasions in January to take his tally to nine for the season so far, Bellamy insists he's more interested in helping the team achieve success rather than any personal praise.
"I've always had the view that a goal is a bonus for me," he admitted. "They don't alter how I go about my game. The aim for me is to try and win and to try and play as big a part as I can in the game. And if I'm able to score or create one then that's a bonus.
"For me it's just about trying to help the team win games - that's important. I've never really been the one to try to get personal satisfaction from goals. If they come then great but winning games is more important for me."
He added: "To win this award two months on the run means something to me. Do I think it'll be a third? No, so I'm going to milk this one this month!"