Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata has warned the rest of Scottish football that the club are looking to win as many as trophies as they can this season.
In any game of football, there are disappointments and positives to be drawn and we try to avoid focusing on the negatives wherever we can.
The season is far from finished, we still have a number of games to go and we aim to win as many points and as many trophies as we can from here.
The Hoops remain on course for a third consecutive treble-winning season, with the end of the campaign looming.
Celtic are currently eight points ahead of nearest rivals Rangers in the Scottish Premiership and will be hoping to extend their lead at the top over the coming weeks.
The club have also got a Scottish Cup semi-final on the horizon, with Aberdeen standing between them and a place in the final to face either Hearts or Inverness.
Regardless of the trophies on offer, Boyata’s future remains a hot topic for discussion, with the Belgian out of contract at the end of the season.
Key fixtures coming up for Celtic
A victory this weekend would set the Hoops up nicely for the derby game against Rangers.
You’d have to think that they’ll start writing Celtic’s name on the trophy if they beat Steven Gerrard’s Rangers in the derby.
Aberdeen stand in Celtic’s way of the Scottish Cup final. Get past them and a treble treble edges ever closer.
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Should they get that far, Hearts or Inverness will be their opponents and the Hoops will fancy their chances of a famous win.