Bellamy has been Team GB's star man at the Olympics, say readers

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

Craig Bellamy has been Team GB's star performer at this summer's Olympic Games according to readers.

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.