JAMES FORREST admits he will never lose the drive and ambition to win more honours at Celtic.
The winger picked up his seventh successive Premiership medal yesterday following the 1-0 loss to Aberdeen at Parkhead.
The disappointment of Brendan Rodgers’ first home domestic defeat in two seasons was quickly swept aside as the Hoops edged closer to a historic double treble.
Scotland international Forrest, 26, said: “Obviously, the day when the title win was was confirmed against Rangers was a big day, but it was good to get our hands on the trophy and we can look forward to next Saturday now.
“When you play with Celtic you always get it drummed into you, you want to win things and that is the seventh league title. It is incredible.
“We obviously have the Cup Final that we want to win and it starts again next season – you want to get as much as you can.
“When you get one, you know how good it is. You put the hard work in, it is definitely worth it and it drives you on for more.
“Obviously, we were wanting to put on a show in the last home game for the fans.
“It wasn’t to be, but we have had a really good season and we are not going to be too downbeat about that.”
Forrest will have the opportunity to pick up his FOURTEENTH medal when he plays against Motherwell at the weekend.
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