Brechin City's Rory McAllister has been named players' player of the year in Division Two by his peers.
He took the PFA Scotland award after hitting 24 goals so far this season.
The 23-year-old has attracted interest from clubs at a higher level after helping Brechin reach the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup.
He faced competition from East Fife's Robert Linn, Ayr United's Mark Roberts and Livingston's Iain Russell for the PFA Scotland award.
McAllister, a former Scotland Under-21 international, started his career with Aberdeen and joined Brechin in 2009 after leaving Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Talk of a move to a higher level was heightened by his two goals against St Johnstone in a 2-2 draw, although Brechin lost the replay.
Although Brechin's recent form has dipped, they sit fourth in the Division Two table and need a point to ensure a promotion play-off place.