LIAM Kelly's 30-yard screamer against Derby County is among the Sky Bet Championship Goal of the Month nominations.

The 21-year-old let fly from well outside the area with a rasping shot that gave Rams keeper Scott Carson no chance in the 3-3 draw.

Fans now have until Thursday, March 15 to cast their vote via the Sky Sports website by clicking here.

The nomination follows Kelly's inclusion in the Republic of Ireland's provisional squad this week for a friendly against Turkey later this month.

Former Royals striker Adam Le Fondre - who equalised for Bolton in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Madejski Stadium - also makes the Goal of the Month shortlist, as does Billy Sharp for scoring for Sheffield United against Leeds.

February Goal of the Month nominations:

Ruben Neves – WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS v Sheffield United – 3rd February.

"Blessed with a technique that is the envy of his peers, Neves made the ridiculously hard task of curling a 20-yard shot just inside where bar and post meet look effortlessly simple."

Adam Le Fondre – BOLTON WANDERERS v Fulham – 10th February

Le Fondre performed two exquisite skills to score. Firstly, the ability to judge to perfection a ball dropping over his shoulder. Secondly, the sweetest of low volleys across his body.

Billy Sharp – SHEFFIELD UNITED v Leeds United – 10th February

Sharp adjusted his position to allow for the loop of the ball off a defender’s head as he executed a power-packed waist-high hooked volley for his 200th career Sky Bet EFL goal.

Conor Hourihane – ASTON VILLA v Birmingham City – 11th February

Hourihane etched his name in Second City derby and Villa folklore with a stunning effort. Chesting the ball down, he struck the sweetest of dipping volleys into the Birmingham net.

Jamie Allen – Barnsley v BURTON ALBION – 20th February

Is there a better way to start a game? A true team goal spanning 55 seconds featured 18 crisp, urgent passes, clever movement and ended with Allen’s pinpoint rising 20-yarder.

Liam Kelly – READING v Derby County – 24th February

The degree of difficulty in Kelly’s strike rose because he was looking at the ball coming towards him and away from the target as he swept his unerring shot into the far corner.