Sydney Swans star midfielder Luke Parker has been nominated for the AFL Goal of the Week for his remarkable bicycle kick goal against West Coast on Sunday.
It will take something special to top Parker's spectacular goal for the Goal of the Year award let along the goal of the week after he produced a moment of absilute magic late in the win over the Eagles.
With five minutes left and just 10 points separating the teams, Oliver Florent kicked the ball to top of the square where big Swan Callum Sinclair competed for the mark.
Front and centre and with one arm pinned, Parker roved the marking contest, fumbled and – falling backwards – flung his foot at the ball to nail a ridiculous over-the-head goal.
"I just had a go at it. It flicked out in front, I threw a boot at it and hoped for the best. I was lucky," Parker told AFL.com.au after the match.
"If it goes through for a point and ends up being a turnover, the coach is pulling his hair out, but I was lucky it went through for a goal and helped seal the game."
Parker is up against Fremantle forward Cam McCarthy and Richmond star Jack Riewoldt for the Round one honours.
All members of the public that vote and pick a weekly winner in the 2018 Coates Hire Goal of the Year will go into the draw to win $10,000.
Fans can now view and vote for their favourite goal at http://goaloftheyear.afl/vote/round/1
Voting will close on Wednesday night.