James Forrest: Celtic winger is Scottish Premiership player of year
Celtic winger James Forrest has completed a clean sweep of individual awards by being named Scottish Premiership player of the season.
The 27-year-old also took the PFA Scotland and the Scottish Football Writers' Association prizes.
His has scored 22 goals - including five for Scotland - and helped Celtic to the brink of the treble treble.
"Last season was my best in terms of stats, but I have kicked on again," Forrest said.
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Victory over Hearts in Saturday's Scottish Cup final would complete an unprecedented treble treble for Celtic and Forrest is primed for one last push to round off a memorable campaign.
"I'm really grateful to have won this award and it's indication of what a great season we have had as a team," he added.
"We know it will be tough against Hearts, but we are so determined to finish the season with all three trophies again."