James Forrest has hailed the last two seasons at Celtic and how enjoyable they have been to be a part of.
Celtic face Hearts in the Scottish Cup final later this month as they bid to secure a domestic treble for the second season in-a-row.
The Hoops have already won the Betfred Cup and the Scottish League title this season and can complete the treble by defeating Hearts.
This comes after Celtic won all three domestic trophies last season under the management of Brendan Rodgers, who was also at the club in the current campaign when they lifted the Betfred Cup.
Forrest has also had a terrific year on a personal level. The winger was recently crowned PFA Scotland Player of the Year and named in the PFA Team of the Season, for his excellent performances.
Speaking to The Daily Record, Forrest said this:
As the old manager used to say, when you’re winning and being successful you keep wanting more.
You get a taste for it, especially at a club like this where every game the fans are on top of you to win.
Then you’re talking about the young boys coming in after you, the new signings as well, so there’s always something at different stages to kick you on.
It does take a toll on everybody at times but it’s really enjoyable to be part of. The couple of seasons that everyone has had has given us a real feelgood factor.
Forrest managed 11 goals and nine assists in the league, his best goal return in 10 seasons at the club.