SCOTT BROWN wants to emulate Manchester United icon Ryan Giggs as he sets his sights on Celtic making it 10 in a row.

The Parkhead skipper made it four titles on the spin and his fifth overall since his £4.5million move from Hibs in 2007.

The 29-year-old is convinced he can emulate the evergreen Giggs and play into his late 30s and he’s determined to rack up 10 championships and beyond.

Brown, who is under contract until 2018, is only thinking about spending the rest of his career with the Hoops and collecting the big prizes along the way.

He said: “I’ve got five titles now – and counting. I’ve still got a long way to go. I’m only 29 and I still feel good. I’m enjoying my football, so, hopefully, there’s a lot more to come.

“I’m willing to push myself on as long as I can possibly play. I’m enjoying my football and being at the club just now. Everything is going really well for me.

“Never mind nine-in-a-row, I’d need to get another season after that – I’ll need to do a Giggsy!

“I can play until I’m 55 – no, seriously I’ve got six, seven, eight years left in me. I feel as good as I did at 21, so as long as I feel like this I’ll keep playing.

“Once Craig Gordon starts sprinting past me then that’s when I know that I have to chuck it.

“If he’s making more forward runs than me then I’m done.”

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