Lennon warns Celtic will improve
Scottish Premier League,
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has warned the rest of the SPL there is more to come from his side.
The Hoops will lift the title following Sunday's home clash against Hearts. The game brings the curtain down on the SPL season, a campaign overshadowed by Rangers' financial troubles. Celtic's 20-point advantage over their Old Firm rivals emphasises their dominance this term and Lennon expects his team to improve further next season. "I'm very happy, very satisfying, we've made a lot of progress but there's more to come from the team," Lennon told BBC ALBA's Club TV. "We set out to win the championship and we've done that with a bit to spare, full credit to the players for that." Lennon admitted he is looking for quality rather than quantity as he builds towards the new campaign. "It's important that we trim the squad. We have too many at the minute," Lennon added.