Have your say - which one of these six goals do you think is the best of the season so far? Click the links to watch the respective goals...

Luis Suarez (Liverpool) V Norwich

Suarez always scores corkers against Norwich, and this one was no different. A fine 40 yarder to beat the keeper, and leave Norwich fans pondering just how he's managed to pull it off again.

Jack Wilshere (Arsenal) V Norwich

One of the best team goals ever seen, and typical Arsenal at their best. One touch, slick passing football, flicks and tricks all there to be appreciated. Ended with a fine finish from Wilshere.

Pajtim Kasami (Fulham) V Palace

It got you up and out of your seat. This was a goal to remember. Close control, and thumped it home, stunning the watching viewers, and shocking the Crystal Palace defence as they wondered just how he managed to do it.

Ravel Morrison (West Ham) V Spurs

The young prospect burst onto the scene later than expected in his career, but with goals like this, it was certainly worth waiting for. Starting from in his own half, Morrison used his speed and quick feet to get the better of the Tottenham defenders, and slide the ball past the keeper.

Craig Bryson (Derby County) V Yeovil

Very good Championship goals have been rather hard to come by this season, but this one from Derby is one of the best team goals you'll see all season. 

Leaving Yeovil chasing shadows, Derby ran rings around the sorry relegation-threatened Yeovil, ending with a convincing finish from midfielder Craig Bryson.

Pablo Osvaldo (Southampton) V Man City

Osvaldo left Southampton fans purring after he curled a beauty over the tall Costel Pantilimon following his own good work down the left, cutting inside and outside of the Man City defenders.

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