Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew admits he is delighted to be nominated for this season's PFA Scotland Player of the Year award.
Mulgrew follows in the footsteps of Celtic team-mates Gary Hooper, and the eventual winner, Emilio Izaguirre, who were both named in the final four last year.
Dundee United's Jon Daly, Kilmarnock's Dean Shiels and Steven Davis, captain of Rangers, are the others in contention alongside Mulgrew, who admitted this had been the best season of his career so far.
"I've been playing consistently in a championship-winning team so I'm delighted to be nominated," admitted Mulgrew.
"I've played in a number of different positions as well which has developed me as a player and I hope to do even better next year. Without a doubt this has been my best season yet.
"It would be massive to win this. It's great to be nominated by your fellow pros and it would be huge if it became anything more than that. A lot of the credit has to go to the management at Celtic, as well as my team-mates, without them I wouldn't be nominated.
"My career has brought me back here and I'm grateful to the management for giving me that opportunity again. The gaffer has shown tremendous belief in bringing me back and having faith in me."