Published Monday, 12 May 2014
Lennon celebrates his team's league triumph. (© PA)
The Hoops finished a dominant league campaign with a comfortable 3 - 1 win over Dundee United at Parkhead on Sunday.
And during the game, Celtic players wore black armbands in tribute to Oscar Knox, who was a hoops fan.
The title had been clinched at Partick Thistle in March and Neil Lennon's men ended 29 points ahead of second-placed Motherwell.
As rivals Rangers look to be embroiled in further off-the-field turmoil, Celtic's dominance looks set to continue with no other credible challengers on the horizon.
Lurgan man Lennon told Scottish broadcast STV there was "no better feeling" than lifting the league title.
"We have been waiting on this for a long time and I am really looking forward to it," he said.
Celtic's incredible season saw the side defeated only once in the league, but it was the cup exit against Aberdeen that irked Lennon the most.
He added: "The league defeat doesn't blot what was a fantastic campaign.
"The cup defeat annoyed me but I can count on two fingers the amount of games I have been upset by the players domestically this season.
"They have been fantastic. They get taken for granted. There is an expectation that they should just go out and streamroller teams and that is being disrespectful to the opposition.
"But over the year, we have played some brilliant football and I don't think too many people can complain about their performances this year."
Lennon's third league title win sees him join Willie Maley, Jock Stein and Gordon Strachan as the only managers to take Celtic to three championship successes in a row.
The Celtic boss said he was "very proud" to make his mark in the club's history and hailed the league win as "special".
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