RONNY DEILA will pick up his second trophy of the season at the end of Sunday’s final league game at Parkhead.
The Celtic boss, in his debut campaign in Scotland, will be presented with the Premier League Championship to go with the League Cup which was won in March after a 2-0 victory over Dundee United.
Inverness Caley Thistle are the opponents and, of course, it was the Highlanders who wrecked the Norwegian’s clean sweep target in controversial circumstances in the Scottish Cup semi-final last month.
However, Deila said: “I am just happy to be here and happy with what we have achieved and the developments we have made.
“But this has to continue. We have to improve all the time, work hard and be focused on the right things.”
Neil Lennon’s successor continued: “It will be a special day on Sunday. We are champions and we want to make a good performance and win the game and then afterwards have a good time.
“There is a needed vacation coming up now as well. It is exciting times.”
Deila has witnessed footage of Celtic claiming the previous three SPFL crowns and added: “I have seen some good clips of it, but, of course, I haven’t done this before. This will be the first time and I hope we are going to do it many, many more times.
“It is just fun now. Everything is positive and we really look forward to the game.
“Energy is everything. The players know it is 90 minutes left before they can have a good rest. There are a lot of people here and it is a big occasion, so I don’t think there will be any problem motivating them.
“My mother and father and my kids will be here. It is always good to share the best moments with somebody and I am happy they are here for the last game.
“They know what is in my life and how it is, so they are also looking forward to it.“I feel at home, I feel a good connection with the fans and, hopefully, that will grow more and more with the years.
“Hopefully, we will have a lot of trophies to celebrate.”