Sweden star Carl Starfelt insists winning the title is just the beginning for Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic.
A great unbeaten streak spanning over 30 games was the key to their success as they won Premiership title back from Rangers.
That was after a shaky start with so many new players coming in – and then a major January recruitment drive kicked them in.
He said: “Certainly. I think this can only be the beginning.
“A lot of players have had their first year at Celtic during this time and,
Although we came together pretty quickly, I think multiplayer will only get better.
“And then we also have the Champions League to look forward to next season. We know it’s a very tough competition, so we have to improve.
“I think for sure it is possible. The demands at Celtic will always be high and we will always strive to do so. ”
Starfelt is enjoying the opportunity to go head-to-head with the continent’s ice cream.
The Parkhead host will face Erling Haaland when his nation meets Norway in the upcoming Nations League matches and the duel against the new £51m Manchester City striker will provide an experience. experience of what is to come among the elite.
“You have to give your best in these games,” Starfelt said. Also as a team you have to really perform.
“Playing in Europe this year with this team and this manager, I think it will be very helpful for us to go forward and play these big European games. I cannot wait for it.
“Especially the home games will be absolutely fantastic. You must be at your best. Wrong one leg and anything can happen. I am looking forward to it.
“You heard the manager talking on the pitch after the game. We need to enjoy this success but as he said, we never stop.
“Hopefully we will be better next year. We want to go to the Champions League and play our football.
“We haven’t talked about our ambition yet, but we will recharge the battery and then talk about it when we get back.
“At a club like Celtic, our ambitions will always be high, so we expect nothing less.
“The Champions League is huge for everyone and it’s going to be a huge ambition for us to go and show in that league.”