The 33-year-old Welsh international struck the side's opening goal of the tournament in their first game against Senegal at Old Trafford and has been influential since
After emerging unscathed from a potentially tricky group including Uruguay, Senegal and the United Arab Emirates, Stuart Pearce's side go into their quarter-final tie against South Korea in good form - with the side now harbouring real hopes of picking up a medal on home soil.
The Liverpool forward emerged top of our poll, clocking in with a respectable 28.82%.
The 33-year-old winger may have been a divisive figure within the footballing fraternity in the past, but his excellent form has seen him notch Great Britain’s first goal of the tournament before having a hand in two of the goals against UAE.
Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley came second with 17.86% of the vote after some lively displays in the middle of the park, while Liverpool target and Swansea man Joe Allen came third on 15.41%.
Chelsea forward Daniel Sturridge came a close fourth after striking the goal that sent Uruguay home and sealed top spot in the group and qualification to the latter stages, with 14.43% of those who polled opting for him, while Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey capped off the top five on 11.74%.
Team GB captain Ryan Giggs lagged a bit further back in sixth on just 6.46% despite a goalscoring performance in the 3-1 win over the UAE, and goalkeeper Jack Butland completed the set, picking up just 3.33% of the overall vote - with 1.96% of the readers opting for a different choice to those mentioned.