Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers allowed his squad two days to party following their hugely successful campaign before their Scottish Cup final.
Rodgers hopes after the celebrations are completed his players can re-focus and get back to business for their final game of the season.
Aberdeen’s win did nothing to change the title picture as Celtic were hailed as champions of the Scottish Premier League. Celtic only have the Scottish Cup Final to sign off on an incredible season.
Rodgers was keen to stress to his players they were allowed the next couple of days to celebrate their performances this season but insisted that they will return fit and hungry for the Scottish Cup final against Motherwell.
As reported by the Daily Record Rodgers said:
I told the players to make sure they celebrate it over the next day or so, then we can get focused for next week.
It is always disappointing when you lose and that’s the first time we have lost here in the league in the two seasons I’ve been here.
But you’ve got to put that to the side and look at the bigger picture. The guys have had an incredible season again, with extra scrutiny and extra expectation on them. So to go and win the league was absolutely great.
Rodgers insists his players have not lost focus, despite the defeat to 10-men Aberdeen and that his players will turn up to the Final refreshed and ready as the Hoops look to secure back-to-back domestic trebles under his management.