Steve Lomas is disappointed none of his St Johnstone players are in contention for this season’s PFA Scotland Player of the Year award.
Dundee United’s Jon Daly, Rangers’ Steven Davis, Celtic’s Charlie Mulgrew and Kilmarnock’s Dean Shiels are all in contention for this year’s prize, which was won in 2011 by Emilio Izaguirre.
"I don’t think we’ve got the credit we deserve," Lomas told the Press Association.
"I’ve seen the list of players for the PFA Scotland awards and how Fran Sandaza, and a few more of my team, are not in the mix. I find that bizarre.
"[We have] players such as Dave Mackay, Frazer Wright, Jody Morris and Liam Craig, who has six goals from the left side of midfield."
With Daly and the omitted Gary Hooper leading the SPL’s goal scoring charts this campaign, Lomas is also unhappy his club’s top marksman hasn’t been recoginsed.
"I keep hearing about Jon Daly and he has been sensational, absolutely sensational. But Fran has scored 18 goals for St Johnstone and he’s not even on the list.
"Maybe it’s just the reality of where we are at - ‘little’ St Johnstone in all aspects."