Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley has revealed his delight after helping guide the club to their second successive Scottish Premier League title.
The Welshman was captain for the day in the absence of regular skipper Scott Brown and got his name on the scoresheet as the Glasgow club cruised to a 4-0 win over Inverness to seal their 44th league crown.
Ledley, who joined from Cardiff in 2010, was pleased to be given the chance to wrap up another title triumph in front of the home fans at Celtic Park.
He told Celtic’s official website: “It’s a fantastic achievement because we’ve put a lot of effort into it this season. We’re all delighted to get over that finishing line.
“We deserve it this season as we’ve been scoring goals and playing well both individually and as a team, so we’re looking forward to next season.
“I got my goal in the game – I just side-footed it into the net and I don’t usually score many goals with my right foot so that was nice.
“It was brilliant winning it at Celtic Park. We never got the opportunity last season so it was good to experience.
“We got the six last year against Kilmarnock and got the four this year against Inverness so it´s really pleasing. The crowd really got behind us and that made the good performance even better.”