It was back to the business this weekend with a full Football League schedule taking place.We have taken a look across all three divisions and, with assistance from fans on social media, compiled 11 of the best players and a manager to make up our latest Team of the Week.
Goalkeeper: Dan Bentley (Southend United)
Bentley produced penalty heroics to prevent Southend slipping to a fourth straight defeat in Sky Bet League 1.
Defender: Scott Harrison (Hartlepool United)
Hartlepool produced a superb rearguard display to keep out Wycombe Wanderers in Sky Bet League 2 on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the best efforts of the Chairboys, they couldn't break through Pools' stubborn defence, which was marshalled superbly by Harrison throughout.
Defender: Aden Flint (Bristol City)
The Football League's Result of the Day saw Bristol City upset the Sky Bet Championship form table and defeat Middlesbrough 1-0, in their first game since Steve Cotterill's departure.
The 26-year-old was a rock at the back for the Robins, and Boro's goal was breached for the first time since early November when Wes Burns grabbed a last-gasp winner – a goal which Flint wanted himself!
Barnsley cruised to a 3-0 win over Shrewsbury Town for a third successive victory in Sky Bet League 1.
Sam Winnall impressed with a brace and goalkeeper Adam Davies denied the Shrews from the spot, but Mawson excelled at the back and capped off his display with a goal to secure his place in our selection.
Midfielder: Craig Noone (Cardiff City)
Noone hit two fine goals and created another as Cardiff racked up an impressive win away at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The winger has scored a few stunners this season, and is yet to decide where the latest efforts rank in his personal Goal of the Season contest...
Read more: 'The best 90 minutes of our season' – Craig Noone
Midfielder: Joey Barton (Burnley)
The weekend's Football League action was kicked off in style by Burnley on Friday night, as they raced into a three-goal lead at Brentford.
Midfielder: Carl McHugh (Plymouth Argyle)
McHugh impressed for the leaders of Sky Bet League 2, scoring one and setting one up as Plymouth defeated Stevenage 3-2.
The versatility man headed the Pilgrims in front and teed up Craig Tanner for the goal that kept them at the top of the table.
Midfielder: Brad Potts (Blackpool)
Blackpool emphatically defeated Scunthorpe United at the weekend, with Potts at the double for the Seasiders.
The 21-year-old netted both his goals in the first half, and put through Danny Philliskirk late on to round off the 5-0 rout.
Read more: Neil McDonald delighted as Blackpool hit Scunthorpe for five
Midfielder: Anthony Forde (Walsall)
Walsall climbed to second in the Sky Bet League 1 table, courtesy of a 3-2 win on a snowy afternoon in Bury.
Forde provided Tom Bradshaw for the second goal and cut in to score the third himself as the Saddlers raced into a 3-0 lead, and they held on to take the points.
Forward: Abel Hernandez (Hull City)
Hernandez was the first name down for this Team of the Week after he fired home a hat-trick in Hull's 6-0 demolition of Charlton Athletic.
Forward: Lee Gregory (Millwall)
Gregory starred as Millwall bounced back from a midweek Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat to beat Port Vale in Sky Bet League 1.
The 27-year-old scored two and was heavily involved in the third as the Lions picked up the points on Sunday afternoon.
Manager: Jamie Fullarton (Notts County)
A number of contenders this week, but new Magpies boss Fullarton gets the nod following his successful dugout debut. The Scot guided his side to a 1-0 success at Crawley Town, who had won seven of their last eight home fixtures prior to Saturday.
Specials mentions to John Pemberton – overseeing Bristol City's win over Middlesbrough – and Warren Feeney, who led Newport County to a vital victory at York City after only taking the reins on Friday.