Hibs head coach Neil Lennon has been nominated for the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year Award.
The Easter Road boss has led his team into the top four of the Ladbrokes Premiership in their first season back in the top flight of Scottish football. With four games remaining, Hibs have a live chance of finishing second for the first time since 1975.
Lennon will be up against Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers, who has a chance of winning a historic “double treble” of trophies, Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke and St Mirren’s Jack Ross, who has taken the Buddies to the Championship title.
The winner of the award will be announced this Sunday at PFA Scotland’s Annual Awards Dinner at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow.