Faroe Islands star Odmar Faeroe has signed off his Scottish stint with another trophy.
The centre-back has added the Green Final Junior Player of the Year award to a league and cup double with Banks o’ Dee.
The 26-year-old joined his national side in Germany for a friendly with Kosovo on Friday and is due to return to his homeland to re-join former club B36 Torshavn.
Considering he is now faced with the prospect of Champions League football next season, it is a big change from his time in the SJFA North Superleague.
And Banks o’ Dee co-manager Tommy Forbes admitted he was delighted to have a player of Faeroe’s ilk in the side this season.
He said: “He was different class with us. He was a Championship-level player, he really was incredible.
“He only came in in January and that tells how well he has done just in that short period of time. He’s just a level above.”