Hibernian's Jason Cummings has claimed his second Scottish Professional Football League young player of the month award of the season.
The 19-year-old striker added the April prize to his September accolade after scoring four times last month.
Cummings has scored 19 times in total so far this season.
On Saturday, Hibs will look to clinch second place in the Championship and a place in the Premiership play-off semi-final by beating Falkirk.
Alan Stubbs' side are a point ahead of Rangers, who face title winners Hearts. The team that finishes third will face fourth-placed Queen of the South in the play-off quarter-final, with the winner progressing to play the league's runners-up.
The final, which like the preceding rounds will be played over two legs, will feature the team finishing second bottom of the Premiership.