THE votes have poured in for our non-league polls and today's spotlight focuses on those players who keep supporters on the edge of their seat - the wing wizards.

We're celebrating the cream of our semi-pro talent and asked for your nominations in every position across the pitch, in addition to manager.

Your suggestions gave us a series of shortlists and the voting kicked-off on Thursday.

The fun has continued this week and readers have been voting in their thousands to crown our finest goalkeeper, full-back, centre-back and midfielder.

Today we need your help to find our top wide man - but who will be making a mazy run into pole position?

The five in contention include two from one club - Little Oakley duo Luke Mayhew and Greg Rodger - along with Brightlingsea Regent's Aaron Condon, Witham Town's Johnny Ashman and Braintree Town's Mo Sagaf.

The Acorns pair caught the eye with some dazzling performances for the Thurlow Nunn League side.

Mayhew was supporters' player-of-the-year while Rodger took the players' player prize, with his personal highlight being notching both goals in the Easter success at rivals Harwich and Parkeston.

Fans' favourite Condon, known for his spectacular goals, will be a huge hole to fill at Brightlingsea, having left at the end of the season to start a new life in Sussex.

It was his second spell at the Taydal Stadium, having rejoined in November after a stint at Bostik League division north side Coggeshall Town.

Braintree may have had a disappointing campaign, having been relegated from the Vanarama National League.

However, there were some eye-catching contributions along the way and one of their star performers was highly-rated winger Sagaf, who seized his big chance after joining from Leatherhead.

Ashman, meanwhile, was a standout performer for Bostik League division north side Witham.

The former Bowers and Pitsea and Cheshunt man enjoyed an excellent season at the Village Glass Stadium, having been brought to the club last summer by former boss Mark Ashford.

The quality of some of his goals was evidence of the way he developed and it's no surprise to see him among the frontrunners.

So there you have it - our five wonderful wingers.

There's now just one more position to fill and tomorrow's poll is plenty to spark plenty of interest as we crown our top striker.

Some prolific frontmen are in the running and, once again, every vote will be crucial as we look to discover our very own Golden Boot winner.