Mokotjo, 28, who received a call-up to coach Stuart Baxter's latest squad to face Libya this month has been inspirational form in the English second-tier despite his campaign being disrupted by injury in November.
Since his return to full fitness, the defensive midfielder has been one of the standout performers in the division, playing an integral role in a late surge for an unlikely promotion play-off push during the final 11 games of the season.
Currently in 13th place, Brentford trail Derby County, who hold the final playoff spot in sixth by only six points, keeping a dream alive which seemed impossible just month ago - highlighting the competitiveness and unpredictability of the English second-tier.
SkySports has reported Moktojo as the 49th most in-form player in the league, using the Power Rankings methodology.
Based on 33 different statistics that range from goals, assists, passes, tackles, interceptions etc, the former Eredivisie star has been listed among the most influential performers coming into the international break for the crunch Afcon 2019 qualifier against Libya.
Mokotjo has scored four goals and registered three assists in 29 games across all competitions for The Bees this season.