NEW Bhoys Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong admitted they have enjoyed their remarkable introductions to life at Celtic.
The entertaining double-act arrived at the champions in a joint £2million deal from Dundee United on the last day of the January transfer window.
Winger Mackay-Steven said: “It was a bit crazy to start with, but I have enjoyed every minute of it.
“I was great to celebrate with the supporters after the presentation following the last game against Inverness Caley Thistle on Sunday.
“Getting my hands on the league trophy was definitely special.
“Receiving an award at the end of the season has made it all worthwhile.”
Midfielder Armstrong said: “It was a bit of a whirlwind and it’s nice to have bedded in after starting off reasonably well.
“To finish with the title has been very nice.”
Mackay-Steven and Armstrong made their double debuts in the 3-0 win over Partick Thistle at Firhill in February – and marked the occasion with a goal apiece.
However, the former Tannadice stars were forced to sit out the League Cup Final win over their old side in March after being Cup-tied.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan overlooked their claims for international recognition for the forthcoming games against Qatar and the Republic of Ireland next month.
However, the off-the-field buddies fully intend to take a breather before resuming life in Paradise.
Armstrong added: “Now it’s time to enjoy the summer, enjoy the rest and come back back and kick on again.”