Rangers midfielder Steven Davis has been named Scottish Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year.
Davis, 36, was up against team-mates Connor Goldson, captain James Tavernier and SPFL Player of the Year Allan McGregor.
The former Southampton midfielder, who signed a one-year deal with the Gers in March, made his 800th career appearance in Saturday’s 4-0 win over Aberdeen, before lifting the Scottish Premiership title at Ibrox.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard was crowned the Scottish Football Writers’ Association’s top manager following his title success with Rangers. He beat Callum Davidson, Steve Clarke and David Martindale to the prize.
- Rangers thrash Aberdeen to end season Invincible
- McGregor named SPFL Premiership Player of the Year
- Rangers lift title trophy after completing unbeaten season
Northern Ireland international Davis, now in his second spell with the club, was also a part of the title-winning side that secured Rangers’ previous title in 2010/11, before he joined Southampton in 2012.
Davis initially re-joined Rangers on a six-month loan in January 2019, before making the move permanent in May later that season.
Britain’s most capped international male player told Sky Sports News in March he wants to explore the option of management when he finishes playing.
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