SKIPPER Scott Brown’s NINETEEN-MEDAL Celtic career has been immortalised on DVD – but the 34-year-old midfielder is determined to add to the success story.
The former Scotland international captain insists he is far from finished and there is a still lot more to come before he decides to call it a day.
Brown was signed by ex-boss Gordon Strachan in the summer of 2007 from Hibs for £4.4million, a record fee between two Scottish clubs.
The engine-room competitor already had a League Cup medal from his time at Easter Road before he figured in a silverware avalanche at Parkhead, including the last nine domestic trophies.
As he prepared for tonight’s crucial Premiership encounter with St Mirren at Parkhead with the Hoops leading the table on goal difference, the captain, speaking at a media conference, said: “I just take it as game-by-game.
“As long as I’m feeling good and training well, and as long as the manager picks me, I’m happy. The main thing for me is being as fit as I can be over the next couple of seasons.
“As long as we’re winning, it puts a smile on my face.
“The big thing is performance levels and the way we entertain at home.
“It’s been phenomenal the past three years – winning the treble treble – and hopefully there’s a couple of years left in me and a few more trophies, as well.
“If we can add to that it’ll be amazing. I just keep going season-by-season and hopefully we do well.
“We’ve had a great start to the league and we’re doing well in the Europa League, too.”
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