Caley Thistle manager John Robertson will be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame next month.
Robertson is the first of five inductees to be announced, with the 54-year-old to be honoured at the annual awards dinner at Hampden Park on Sunday, October 27.
Former striker Robertson spent the majority of his playing career with Hearts, and holds the Tynecastle outfit’s goalscoring record with 214 across two spells with his hometown club.
During his career Robertson won 16 caps for Scotland, netting three times.
Robertson’s first steps into management came in 2002 when he replaced Steve Paterson at Caley Thistle, helping the Highlanders clinch promotion to the Scottish Premier League for the first time just two years later before returning to manage Hearts.
Following spells with the Jambos, Ross County, Livingston, Derry City and East Fife, Robertson returned to Caledonian Stadium in 2017 following Inverness’ relegation from the Premiership.
Robertson said: “I am so proud to hear I will be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame. It will be an honour and very humbling to see my name alongside so many legends of Scottish football including Hearts greats Dave Mackay, Willie Bauld, Bobby Walker and McCrae’s Battalion. I’m really looking forward to being at Hampden Park in October for the dinner.”