The players who won the title

Posted by John Gow

Ian MacNicol/Getty ImagesThe versatile Lee Wallace played a major role in Rangers' success this season.

Now that the season has ended, it might be worthwhile to look back at the players who did most to ensure Rangers won their 55th league trophy -- albeit their first in the Third Division. Of course, these are personal choices, and you may well disagree. If you do, then please leave your suggestions in the comments section at the bottom.

Lee Wallace

Winning the Scottish PFA's Third Division 'Player of the Year' award, was well deserved for someone who has shown a great attitude as a footballer and a Rangers man in particular.

Although not a Gers fan as a boy, he showed greater respect and loyalty to the club in the summer of 2012, than many who professed their undying love for the Light Blues.

His athletic runs down the left and fine attacking play are his best qualities, but his defensive ability is underrated. A Rangers captain in the making.

Lewis Macleod

Not many players can miss almost half a season through injury and still win an award. That Lewis won the Gers' 'Young Player of the Year' after missing so many games says more than the trophy on its own.

As a central midfielder he does not always stand out with 40-yard passes or magical assists, but like the hub of a wheel, he ensures everything else moves around him.

He is a class act and it seems unlikely the club will be able to keep him for much longer if he improves as expected.

Andy Little

The Northern Irishman came of age this season and became Rangers' top scorer. Previously on the fringes for some time, he, along with Lee McCulloch, became the player the team and fans looked to for goals.

Even after being out long-term with injury and often playing out of position in right-midfield, the Ulsterman has grasped the nettle, and deserves to be given a chance next season in a front-two.

Neil Alexander

It looks likely that the Rangers goalkeeper will leave after the Gers reportedly signed Cammy Bell on a pre-contract as a replacement. It's easy to forget, however, that he has been solid for the team all throughout his Ibrox career, and especially this season.

When the back four is weak, the last thing the team needs is a dodgy keeper, and Alexander brings reliability. Because of this he is often taken for granted, but he should be remembered for his contribution.

Lee McCulloch

The Rangers captain, and the club's 'Player of the Year', was the spine of the team on and off the park. Off the park he filled the part of the team leader well, and on the pitch he played all through the middle: from centre-half through to centre-midfield and then on to centre-forward.

Whether scoring goals or making tackles, McCulloch has been a rock for the players and the fans -- just when they needed him most. For that alone he has become a Rangers legend.

Please give your choices below. Remember, omitting a player doesn't mean anything, nor does it matter if your opinion is different. It's just a bit of fun!

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