SCOTT Tiffoney admits that his future remains up in the air after the 22-year-old was named League One’s Player of the Month for April.

The forward made a tremendous impact at Firhill after arriving on loan from Livingston for the second half of the campaign, providing nine goals and three assists in 13 appearances in all competitions, playing a crucial role as the Jags stormed to the third tier title.

Tiffoney’s time in Maryhill has been rather whirlwind, given all the league fixtures that were crammed into the previous month to conclude the campaign on time. But while he has no shortage of goal contributions to choose from since pitching up in Glasgow’s west end, there are two in particular that stand out.

“It’s been a really good month,” he said. “It feels like I’ve been here longer – it feels like it’s been a year or two with all the games crammed into one month!

“That was always my plan: to come here and score goals. Thankfully I’ve done that and now we’re league champions.

“I always thought it would go well. I thought we had enough time to turn it around and win the league. I would always back myself to be able to chip in with goals and assists so I’m just pleased that I’ve been able to contribute.

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“The two most important ones were the one away at the last minute against East Fife, and then the equaliser against Cove because if we don’t get that point at Cove, it could easily be a very different story in the run-in. If Cove had won that then they would have been right on our heels.”

There would be no tense run-in for Thistle. Instead, Ian McCall’s men swaggered to the title, sealing the league with a 5-0 drubbing of Falkirk. Attentions now turn to next season as the Jags prepare for a crack at the Championship, with Tiffoney’s future the million-dollar question around Firhill.

With his Livingston contract set to expire at the end of the month – not to mention his stellar displays in red-and-yellow – the winger’s phone should be ringing off the hook in the coming weeks. But when pressed on where he will be playing his football next season, Tiffoney remained coy.

He laughed: “Even I don’t know where I’m going to be next season! I’ll need to wait and see and go with the flow. Whatever happens will happen.”