James Forrest: Celtic winger is Scottish Premiership player of year

James Forrest
Celtic's James Forrest, left, has scored 22 goals for club and country this season

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.

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."

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