Hibs’ Head Coach Neil Lennon is one of four managers in the running to be named PFA Scotland boss of the year.

Lennon has guided Hibs to fourth place in the table and a potential second place finish after coming up from the Championship last year.

This campaign has seen two victories at Ibrox plus home wins over both Hearts and Celtic.

Other contenders are Brendan Rodgers who looks likely to secure Celtic’s second consecutive treble, Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke who replaced Lee McCulloch last October with the club bottom of the table with three points from eight games and Jack Ross who led St Mirren to the Championship.

The winning manager will be announced on Sunday night.