Celtic striker Gary Hooper believes there is a bright future at Parkhead as Neil Lennon's squad have age on their side.
Former Scunthorpe man Hooper is only 23 and nine of Lennon's starting XI against Rangers on Sunday were under 24.
Experienced central defender Daniel Majstorovic, 33, was on the oldest player in the 3-0 success by some six years.
Bhoys boss Neil Lennon is only 39 himself and Hooper feels the young vibe about the club only helps team bonding.
"I've never played in a side that's full of so many young players," explained Hooper.
"There are only a couple older than me. The management are young as well so that makes it really easy to get on with them.
"We all have a laugh in training, not just the players, and that's all part of the team bonding.
"We do have some experienced players, which makes it a good mix, but overall it's a very young team.
"I think the youth in the side helped when I first came to Celtic because I didn't stand out as the youngest. There were quite a few younger than me so it worked out well.
"We're bonding really well and everyone is up for a laugh. There's a lot of banter in the changing room but I don't think that's necessarily because we're young, you will get it in every team, but it's probably got a lot to do with us all being a similar age."