Celtic youngster Jamie Lindsay won the young player of the year award at loan club Dumbarton.
Celtic loanee Jamie Lindsay has thanked supporters after being crowned Dumbarton's Young Player of the Year.
The 20-year-old midfielder was sent on a season's loan to the Scottish Championship side, and became a regular for the club.
With his loan spell at an end, Lindsay sent his thanks to the club and their fans, as he heads back to Celtic.
Delighted to win Young player off the year. Thanks to everyone @Dumbartonfc really enjoyed my loan spell, all the best for the future— Jamie Lindsay (@JamieLindsay65) May 2, 2016
Lindsay, a central midfielder, played 22 games for Dumbarton this season, who finished eighth in the table.
His future remains unclear and will depend somewhat on the vision of the new Celtic boss, when Ronny Deila is eventually replaced.
What is clear is that he is a better player for his spell at Dumbarton, and he would be welcomed back at the club if ever it were possible.
HITC reported last month that Doncaster Rovers were one of several English League One clubs tracking Lindsay.