Lennon confident for Hearts clash
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has insisted that his players are ready to face Hearts following a 'fabulous' week of football.
Lennon and his players wrapped up Celtic's first league title in four years - and Lennon's first as a manager - in 6-0 thrashing of Kilmarnock, the side that denied them the Scottish League Cup in March. But now the former Bhoys captain wants his players to take the positivity from winning the title and focus it on winning the double, starting by beating Hearts in their next fixture. Lennon is pleased with the run of form his charges have and he is confident that they will beat the Edinburgh side on Sunday at Hampden Park, to take them to the Scottish Cup final. "It has been fabulous," said the Northern Irishman. "We gave the boys a couple of days off and then we were back into training on Wednesday. "They were in great form and great spirits as you can imagine and psychologically, winning the title will give them a huge lift. "We have a big game on Sunday obviously, we are back preparing for that as best we can."