TEAMtalk looks at the key players in the Celtic squad this season after Neil Lennon's men won 6-0 at Kilmarnock to seal the SPL title.
FRASER FORSTER: The big keeper has won over most of the Celtic fans this season with a series of impressive performances and some important saves. The big question is: Can Lennon sign him on a permanent deal when his second loan period from Newcastle expires this summer? 8.
ADAM MATTHEWS: In and out of the team this season, the Wales right-back has been a steady performer with occasional lapses. 7.
CHA DU-RI: The South Korea right-back never managed to pin down a regular first-team place this season and could be one who leaves in the summer. 6.
DANIEL MAJSTOROVIC: The big Swede picked up a couple of bad injuries this season, the second being the cruciate ligament rupture while training with Sweden in February which ended his season. Unlikely to be handed a new contract. 5.
GLENN LOOVENS: The Dutch stopper has been plagued by injury this season but even when fit, he was down the pecking order. 5.
THOMAS ROGNE: Another Celtic defender who battled as much with injury as opponents. The Norwegian came back into the side in recent weeks and at 21, he still has his best years ahead. 6.
KELVIN WILSON: An Achilles injury kept him out of a large chunk of the season and has had a mixed time since his recovery. Jury remains out. 6.
CHARLIE MULGREW: One of Celtic's best and most consistent players this season, which earned him his first Scotland cap in the friendly against Slovenia. Played in at least four positions with many believing he is the best centre-half at the club. 8.
BERAM KAYAL: The Israel international was one of Celtic's key midfielders but ankle surgery in January, after being carried off on a stretcher in the Old Firm game at the end of December, ended his season. 6.
EMILIO IZAGUIRRE: Wasted season for the energetic Honduras full-back. Recently recovered from a broken ankle sustained against Aberdeen in August. 6.
JOE LEDLEY: Switched between left-back and midfield for most of the season but the Wales international clearly prefers the latter. Always a goal threat as he proved with his ninth of the season against Killie. 7.
VICTOR WANYAMA: The 20-year-old Kenya international has shuffled between central midfield and defence with Lennon utilising his power and strength. 8.
SCOTT BROWN: The Hoops captain is one of Lennon's first picks and has vindicated his gaffer's confidence in him in the second half of the season, after regaining full fitness following ankle problems. 7.
JAMES FORREST: Arguably Celtic's player of the year. The Scotland winger was often the source of inspiration for Lennon's side. 8.
KI SUNG-YUENG: Did not kick on as expected, despite an encouraging start to the season. Like his South Korea team-mate Cha, the travel involved with international football appeared to have a disruptive affect. 6.
GEORGIOS SAMARAS: Undoubtedly his most consistent season at Celtic Park. The Greece striker, however, could still do with chipping in with more goals. 7.
GARY HOOPER: Another fruitful season in front of goal for the former Scunthorpe striker, who scored his 21st and 22nd against Killie. 8.
ANTHONY STOKES: The Irishman has been neck-and-neck with Hooper in the scoring stakes and seems to have at last convinced Lennon of his abilities. 8.
PADDY McCOURT: One of the most talented players in Scottish football but has been marginalised this season. May be time for a move. 5.
KRIS COMMONS: Puzzlingly, the Scotland international failed to capture the heights of his first half-season at Celtic but has come on strong in recent weeks. Still has lots to offer. 6.
Ronnie Esplin, Press Association Sport