Reading favourite Jordan Obita won Player of the Season for Scottish Premiership outfit Hibernian, exactly a decade on from winning the Royals accolade.

30-year-old Obita spent 19 years on the books with the Royals, making 191 first-team appearances.

Breaking through under Nigel Adkins in 2013/14, the winger-turned-defender won the Player of the Season award as the Royals finished seventh and narrowly missed out on the Championship play-offs.

A decade on, after spells with Oxford United and Wycombe Wanderers, the former England youth international continues to impress.

Signed by Reading legend Brian McDermott, who has been Director of Football in Edinburgh, Obita played 44 times for Hibs and was voted Player of the Season and Player's Player of the Season.

One of his two goals came in UEFA Conference League, the first European goal of his career.

Fellow Royals favourite Adam Le Fondre managed five goals in 30 appearances.

Hibs finished eighth in the SPL, 22 points below city rivals Hearts of Midlothian.