CELTIC striker Leigh Griffiths has been named the Ladbrokes Premiership Player of the Season in Scotland following his prolific campaign.
Having scored 40 goals in all competitions – only the eighth player to do so in Celtic’s illustrious history – Griffiths was the stand-out performer in Scotland last term.
Indeed, it’s the fifth award he has been handed over in recent weeks as he has already been named Celtic players’ Player of the Year, the fans’ Player of the Year, the Scottish Football Writers’ Player of the Year and the PFA equivalent.
Griffiths’ 31-league goals helped Celtic to a fifth consecutive Scottish Premiership title, while he also contributed four in the Scottish Cup, one in the Scottish League Cup and four in European competition.
He joined Celtic from Wolves in 2013 following a successful loan spell at Hibernian, and new Bhoys boss Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to fend off potential interest in the Scotland international this summer.