Celtic striker Georgios Samaras has expressed his delight that manager Neil Lennon is staying on.
The former Northern Ireland international recently signed a new 12-month rolling contract with the SPL giants.
There had been talk that Lennon may not remain at the helm having failed to wrestle the title back from Rangers.
However, Samaras insists his team-mates are delighted the club have retained the manager as he is just what they need to succeed.
"Everybody was waiting for him to confirm the new contract," he told the club's official website.
"He had a really good season and all the feelings towards him from the dressing room are really positive.
"He is the manager for the next year and I think everyone is happy with that.
"The players, the medical staff, the coaches, the boardroom, they all know it was the right thing to do. He said he wanted to bring the thunder back and I think he did that. He made us winners again.
"He knows the club really well, he has been here for 10 years.
"He knows the mentality and what the club means to everyone. He had some great memories with Celtic when he played here and now he wants to repeat them as the manager."