Steve Freeth, Sam Matterface, Kelly Somers and Graham Hunter discuss the success of Celtic this season after Ange Postecoglou's side clinched their second consecutive Scottish Premiership title.
Celtic have been imperious in their quest to retain their title, dropping just seven points in the league so far this season, with Postecoglou's side blowing teams away with the tempo and intensity of their play.
The remarkable domestic dominance of this Celtic side and their awe-inspiring style of play has seen Australian boss Postecoglou begin to be regularly linked with a move south of the border to manage in the Premier League.
Having held an authoritative lead at the top for the majority of the campaign, bet365 paid out on Celtic to win the Scottish Premiership title after defeating rivals Rangers 3-2 in the Old Firm Derby on Saturday 8th April.
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Scoring a staggering 104 goals and counting in Scotland's top flight, some of Postecoglou's key stars - including Japanese duo Kyogo Furuhashi and Reo Hatate, Portuguese winger Jota and captain Callum McGregor - are bound to be attracting transfer interest from clubs in the Premier League and throughout Europe.
The next test for this Celtic side is to transfer their domestic dominance to the European stage, with the Hoops having been dumped out of the group stages of this season's Champions League having claimed just two points.
Having failed to reach the knockout rounds of Europe's premier club competition since Neil Lennon's side made it to the round of 16 back in 2013 after famously defeating Barcelona 2-1 at Celtic Park, this current team will be desperate to prove their quality against the best the continent has to offer next term.