BRENDAN RODGERS has totally dismissed any suggestion he might one day get bored of winning trophies as Celtic manager.
The Irishman claimed a fourth successive major honour in the 2-0 Betfred League Cup success over Motherwell at the weekend as the team extended their unbeaten domestic sequence to a remarkable 65 games.
Rodgers led the team to their sixth successive Premiership title completing last season’s campaign with 106 points, 30 ahead of nearest challengers Aberdeen.
And the unfortunate Dons were beaten in the two silverware showdowns at Hampden, 3-0 in the League Cup and 2-1 in the Scottish Cup.
Rodgers has a second clean sweep of trophies in his sights and the Hoops boss admitted: “This is my fifth job now. I always say happiness and energy are the two things you need.
“There’s always a challenge at Celtic and there always will be, whoever is in charge here.
“For me, I’m very happy in my professional life. I’m developing players, I love that side of the game.
“I have a look at England now and I see how a manager can very quickly be out of his job and maybe not have the time to improve players.
“That’s my life, that’s what I’ve always done.
“I enjoy that side of it, but I also enjoy the pressure of managing a big club. It feels natural for me to do that and Celtic’s a huge club.
“It’s one where I’m happy, I’ve got an energy, I’m 44, so I’ve got a long way to go, but I don’t even think of that.
“As long as I’m working well with the club and the club believe in me, the supporters believe in me, then I’m obviously very happy to be here.”
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— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 27, 2017
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