Kilmarnock striker Steven Naismith has been named Bank of Scotland young player of the month for March.
Naismith has been in great form for Kilmarnock
The 20-year-old has enjoyed a great campaign and scored twice last month as Kilmarnock secured a top six place in the Premier League.
Last season's football writers' young player of the year has banged in 17 goals so far this term.
There was disappointment for Naismith in March, however, with Kilmarnock losing the CIS Cup final to Hibernian.
The forward has been attracting interest from several clubs and admits he may not be at Rugby Park much longer.
"If someone comes in with an offer which the club feels is too good to turn down and they need the money then I might not be here next season," he said.
"I wouldn't be unhappy if the club accepted an offer or be unhappy if they don't. It's up to the club.
"If they feel they need to sell me then I've had a great time at Kilmarnock but if not then I'm happy to stay.
"At one point, there will be a stage when I'll want to move on but, if you look at guys like Kris Boyd and Kevin Thomson, they are a couple of years older than me so I have time on my side."