Here is your line-up for Yorkshire's Team of the Week - in a 3-4-3 formation:
Kamil Grabara (Huddersfield Town).
The Town loanee from Liverpool made a couple of fine saves and despite being beaten twice, could still reflect on a sound enough afternoon against Reading.
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Cameron John (Doncaster Rovers)
Lion-hearted performance full of authority and maturity against a very handy Lincoln side. Will have done the loan defenders confidence no harm at all.
Ben Richards-Everton (Bradford City)
Strong as an ox in the heart of a City backline, which has conceded just two league goals in five league matches. Displayed his leadership qualities. Only blot was the hosts painful late concession.
Ben White (Leeds United)
Pontus who? Immaculate performance at Stoke with the loan player having slotted into the Leeds backline in thoroughly seamless fashion. Calm, unruffled and classy.
Stuart Dallas (Leeds United)
The beating heart for Leeds at the moment and produced a fine run to grab Uniteds opener in the Potteries. Another strong performance full of drive, character and no little talent.
Pablo Hernandez (Leeds United)
Back to something like his best. His pass for Dallass opener was simply sublime and he ensured that the visitors were purring against a demoralised Stoke outfit.
Paddy McNair (Middlesbrough)
Grew into the game against Millwall and his tenacity and energy was rewarded with a well-taken opener. Looks at home in the central midfield berth as opposed to on the right-hand side.
Gianni Alioski (Leeds United)
Found the net in front of the United followers in Staffordshire and was another player to enjoy a rewarding afternoon. A display of vigour and intent.
Niall Ennis (Doncaster Rovers)
Scored a simply wonderful strike against the Red Imps and threatened the visitors rearguard continually. More please.
Oli McBurnie (Sheffield United)
Emerged in credit with a milestone first goal for the Blades - a wonderful header in front of the Kop. A player who wears his heart on his sleeve while possessing talent. Knocking on the door for a start at Chelsea.
Kamil Grosicki (Hull City)
Proved a handful for the Bristol City backline and went close to scoring in the first half and on the restart when he hit the woodwork. Not Hulls day, unfortunately - but the Pole was typically lively.
Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United)
His team sit top of the league and have barely missed a beat to start the season.