Motherwell captain Keith Lasley congratulated his team mates for all their accolades this season, but warned their work isn’t done yet.
Michael Higdon was named PFA player of the year on Sunday, coming just days after the striker was named in the PFA team of the year alongside Darren Randolph, Shaun Hutchinson and Nicky Law.
Last week also saw Henrik Ojamaa named young player if the month for April.
Lasley said: “As captain I am really proud of what all the guys have achieved this season, I’m sure the fans think we’ve deserved more recognition in previous seasons, but we’re delighted to get it now.
“But things aren’t finished yet, we’d the chance against Inverness to cement second, but didn’t take it, so may still be work to do against Ross County on Sunday.
“We started poorly, but there were no thoughts of the job already being done. However even if it was we want to finish the season strongly in order to build momentum for pre-season and ultimately Europe.
“Our last meeting with County was well documented and it’ll be tough with them pushing for Europe themselves, but our home form is good so we just have to ensure we approach the game right.”