Celtic manager Neil Lennon is one of four nominees for the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year award.

The Northern Irishman guided the Hoops to a third straight Scottish premiership this season which has seen him make the shortlist for the PFA prize.

Lennon will be up against Aberdeen's Derek McInnes who has seen the Dons go second on the league table as well as winning the League Cup this term.

St Johnston's Tommy Wright has also been nominated after seeing the Saints make the final of the Scottish Cup while Motherwell's Stuart McCall rounds out the four after guiding the Steelmen to potential second-place finish in the league this campaign.

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