Ross County striker Billy Mckay is one of four nominees for the PFA Championship player of the year award.
Mckay will go up against three other strikers – Stephen Dobbie, Lawrence Shankland and Pavol Safranko – for the Championship prize at the PFA Scotland award ceremony on Sunday May 5.
He netted 17 goals in 24 league games prior to a broken arm, sustained while completing his hat-trick against Ayr United, ruled him out for the rest of the season.
The former Caley Thistle and Wigan striker remains third in the division’s goalscoring charts, with Ayr United’s Shankland (23) and Queen of the South marksman Dobbie (21) ahead of him. Safranko (Dundee United) is one spot below Mckay on 12.
In League 1, the nominees are Arbroath’s Bobby Linn, Forfar’s Dale Hilson, Raith Rovers striker Kevin Nisbet and Dumbarton midfielder Dom Thomas.
League 2 leaders Peterhead have no representation in their divisional awards, with Edinburgh City striker Blair Henderson, Clyde pair John Rankin and David Goodwillie, plus Annan Athletic midfielder Chris Johnston.