Celtic romped to the domestic treble last season in Scotland, going the entire league campaign unbeaten to cap a memorable season for Brendan Rodgers and his side.
The Bhoys will be hoping to continue their good form into next season, and manager Rodgers will know he needs to strengthen his squad over the summer as he prepares for an assault on the Champions League, as well as securing the league title again.
Our landlord her in the Tavern thinks that there is every chance Celtic could go all the way again though, and two seasons unbeaten would be an unbelievable achievement. One player who he thinks could help them on their way to this is current Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan.
The classy little midfielder has been a mainstay at Carrow Road for a number of years now, and has the ability to prize open even the tightest of defences when he is on his game.
With Celtic losing Patrick Roberts due to the end of his loan spell, Hoolahan could be the ideal sort of signing for the Glasgow club, and Norwich will be hard pressed to keep him if a club the size of Celtic chooses to make a move.
Hoolahan is the sort of player who would be able to make a lasting impression up in Scotland, and he is more than good enough to contribute to the Bhoys’ cause for a good few years yet should they decide to make a move for him.