The past 12 months have represented a year of unprecedented success for Celtic. A double treble was secured for the first time in the history of Scottish football by Brendan Rodgers and his players, who later picked up their seventh consecutive trophy.

Back in May, Celtic once again finished the league season as Champions to make it seven titles in a row before completing another treble by beating Motherwell 2-0 in the Scottish cup final at Hampden.

The summer transfer window didn’t quite go plan for Brendan Rodgers as the club missed out on a number of targets whilst top striker Moussa Dembele departed to Lyon.

This discontent from the manager continued into the start of the season as Celtic were knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers by AEK Athens. Subsequently the club moved into the Europa League group stages after getting past FK Suduva.

Defeats to Hearts and Kilmarnock continued a difficult start to the season before the Bhoys found their form in October with a 6-0 win away at St. Johnstone.

In December, another League Cup was won as Aberdeen were beaten 1-0 courtesy of a Ryan Christie goal.

Meanwhile in Europe, Celtic reached the last 32 of the Europa League where they will face Valencia after wins home and away against Rosenborg and an impressive 2-1 victory over RB Leipzig.

Whilst we could only pick five, some honourable mentions must go out to some other players. In defence, £13 million man Filip Benkovic has oozed class since joining on loan and will no doubt become a top defender. He has eased through every game in Scotland and looked a cut above. More recently, Ryan Christie, as surprising as it may seen from earlier in the year, has been undroppable. His impact off the bench in the League Cup semi final against Hearts was game changing and he has continued that form throughout the festive fixtures. Tom Rogic has been unplayable on his day and Odsonne Edouard, whilst still having a lot to learn, has showed everyone the talent he has.

But now as 2019 draws near, here’s our top five performers from this year.