Celtic's Scott Brown admits it would be 'a great honour' to be named SPFA Player of the Year.
The Hoops midfielder is favourite to land the prestigious award after a fine season with Gordon Strachan's men.
He remains humble despite the growing support for his cause, insisting there are many worthy contenders for the crown.
Brown also claims he would happily surrender the opportunity to secure individual accolades if he could be guaranteed another SPL winners' medal.
He told Celtic TV: "It would be a great honour, but I think a lot of players merit this award.
"Gary Caldwell has had a good season, and so have a lot of others. Pedro Mendes has also had a good season.
"Whoever the award goes to, it doesn't really matter - so long as at the end we are top of the league."
Brown also revealed that the mood in the Celtic camp has lifted following last weekend's CIS Cup final victory over Old Firm rivals Rangers.
"The lads have been having a laugh and a joke," he said.
"But it's now back down to the serious stuff, and hopefully when it comes to Sunday against Dundee United, we can put in another good performance."