Published Thursday, 27 March 2014
Lennon and the Celtic staff celebrate. (© PA)
An emphatic 5-1 win over Partick Thistle at Firhill made the Hoops champions for a 45th time with seven games to go.
Lurgan-born Lennon praised his players and said he will be looking to build on the team's successes next season.
"We are seeing the evolution of another team," he said.
"We have had two campaigns and we will do everything we can to have a third one, and I will look to improve on the domestic cup competitions but in terms of the league, I couldn't ask for any more from the players."
Goals from Anthony Stokes, Liam Henderson, Stefan Johansen and Kris Commons against Partick on Wednesday evening saw Celtic wrap up the title in style.
The champions have suffered just one defeat in the Scottish league this season, to Aberdeen at Pittodrie, and with three draws and seven matches left they can reach a record 105 points.
Lennon said he also has an eye on taking the team forward in Europe.
"It is not just about domestic success, we strive to be a successful Champions League side, which is important," the former Northern Ireland captain added.
"There are some truly world class players here. I think in Virgil van Dijk you have everything you want in a modern-day centre-half and in Fraser Forster you have one of the greatest goalkeepers in Celtic's history and he can go on to be anything he wants to be.
"Scott Brown has been magnificent and Charlie Mulgrew, Leigh Griffiths, Kris Commons, James Forrest; they are the core of the team and players I can hang my hat on, but all the players have made contributions to where we are."
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