Charlie Mulgrew admits it is a 'dream come true' after Celtic clinched the SPL title following an emphatic 6-0 victory at Kilmarnock.
Celtic needed just a point at Rugby Park to wrap up the top-flight crown and Neil Lennon's side delivered in stunning style.
Mulgrew, who joined the Bhoys in 2010 from Aberdeen, opened the scoring against Killie and grabbed another goal before half-time in the rout.
He was delighted to play his part in Celtic becoming champions and he believes manager Lennon deserves huge credit for wrestling the title away from Old Firm rivals Rangers.
"I'm delighted, this is a dream come true," said Mulgrew.
"Neil has done brilliantly. Look at the players he has brought in. I can't thank him enough.
"We were 15 points behind Rangers at one point, so to come back is credit to the manager."
Celtic's players donned t-shirts which read: 'This is just the beginning' as they walked a lap of honour, and captain Scott Brown said: "I've waited a long time for this and it's for the fans.
"We're a strong bunch of lads and we just want to kick on now. We are as good as anyone."