Philippines star Patrick Reichelt's form last week in the Thai First Division helped boost his side's promotion hopes. The midfielder grabbed his first hattrick on Thai soil and then grabbed another in a second fixture to make it four goals in two games.
His achievements did no go unnoticed and the former Global FC player was made Goal's 8th Southeast Asia Player of the Week and the first Filipino to claim the accolade.
The 25-year old was in touch with Goal after hearing of the announcement and spoke of his excitement of being the region's best for the last week of October.
"Thank u so much Goal for choosing me to be Southeast Asia's Player of the Week!" conveyed Reichelt via Twitter.
"Thank u again for chosing me for that! i was really happy when i read that! It's great to read this after this great week!"
The Goal Southeast Asia Player of the Week is into its eight week and has already seen a number of stars from across the region winning the title, including Singapore's Hariss Harun and Indonesia's Evan Dimas.