Elgin City striker Shane Sutherland has been voted Ladbrokes League 2 Player of the Year for 2016/17.
The 26-year-old finished top scorer with 18 league goals despite missing the last couple of months with a cruciate ligament injury that is set to keep him out until 2018.
The former Peterhead player told Ladbrokes News: “I’m absolutely delighted. Obviously I won the player of the season in the league, which is voted for by all of the players, and to win another award which comes from the sponsors and the media is tremendous, especially after my season was cut short by injury.
“My injury is what it is. It’s still long term and I'm probably looking at being out until early next year. But, believe me, I’m doing my rehab as hard as possible, and I’ll try and come back as soon as possible.
“As a club, we were bitterly disappointed in the way the year ended. With 13 games left we had a chance of winning the league so to not make the play-offs at all is a bit of a disaster really. We just have to pick ourselves up and move on.”
The Ladbrokes yearly awards are voted for by members of the Scottish media, with a Manager and a Player of the Year selected for each of the four divisions.