Celtic star Gary Caldwell was delighted to claim the Scottish Footballer of the Year award.
The Bhoys star picked up his award on Sunday evening just hours after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Hibernian.
Caldwell, though, was delighted to have been honoured by the Scottish Football Writers' Association.
"I think every year at Celtic I have got better and that is one reason I went there, I want to test myself and work with the manager," he told Sky Sports News.
"I think over the years I have got better and I am sure I can still get better in the years to come."
Caldwell, though, could not hide his disappointment after the failure to win at Easter Road which means that Rangers are back in control of the title race with just one game remaining.
And the Celtic man was scathing about Hibs' defensive performance in the capital.
"It's up to them how they play but they're not entertaining the fans. They sit deep and try to frustrate you and I thought we were brave against them," bemoaned the Celtic star.
"But the situation now is we have to beat Hearts next Sunday and hope Dundee United's record of not having lost to the Old Firm at home this season holds up. There is a long way to go."