CELTIC No.2 Chris Davies has set a target for the champions to perform even BETTER at home and abroad next season.

Brendan Rodgers’ men are zeroing in on the club’s first treble in 16 years and the next silverware hurdle is the Scottish Cup semi-final against Sevco Rangers at Hampden a week on Sunday.

Davies, who has been the Irishman’s assistant coach at Swansea City and Liverpool, insists they can improve further in the 2017/18 campaign and beyond.

He said: “We’ve all really enjoyed our time up here. Glen Driscoll, the Head of Performance, and I have loved working with Brendan for many years, but this year has been very special.

“We’ve had some great days and great nights. We all want to continue that and give more to the club. There’s a lot more to achieve here and we’re excited about the future.

“Hopefully, the fans will be happy. They deserve it. They’ve got a manager who’s a supporter of the club, but we all love the club.

“We’ll do everything we can to keep pushing forward and become more successful each year. There’s a demand here to win and be successful, but we embrace that.

“We’re really looking forward to the next four years and to be the best we can be every day.

“There’s a lot more development to come from individual players and the team collectively, as well as our own ambitions.

“It’s truly a special club and we’re delighted to commit for a longer time.

“You can’t work at Celtic and not build a love for the club. It’s an amazing place to work and it’s a privilege to be here. The atmosphere is amazing.”

* Chris Davies was talking to the Celtic View, on sale now.


Time is running out to take advantage of our great launch offer on our new book and t-shirt which celebrate Celtic’s historic success in Lisbon 50 years ago next month.

There’s been some great books released about Lisbon in the past year, but there’s something extra special about In The Heat of Lisbon.

It’s a book written by 3 Celtic supporters who outline the supporter experience and capture what it was like to have been a Celtic supporter in the 66/67 season.

We wanted that aspect of Lisbon covered and are very happy with the way this book has turned out. But the unique aspect is something else, the profits from this book – and the t-shirt – are to be used to thank the Celtic players from 66/67 on behalf of the Celtic support. 

The book is priced at £14.99 as indeed is the Jock Stein, Lisbon inspired t-shirt. However if you order now you can get both for just £19.67.

Hundreds of CQNers have already ordered theirs so you are going to see the t-shirt at games and at Lions events next month. 

You can order your book and t-shirt for just £19.67 from www.cqnbookstore.com

Click Here for Comments >

About Author