Celtic’s Ki Sung Yueng has said that although the league has been won he still wants to finish the season with style.
The Parkhead club clinched the title two weeks ago and ended their Scottish Cup run at Hampden on Sunday, meaning they have no meaningful matches left before the end of the season.
However, Ki says that with the pressure off, the players can enjoy the remaining fixtures and will still be looking to take maximum points.
"We don’t have any pressure now and I think the players will be more comfortable so maybe we can play with a bit more comfort," he told Celtic’s official website.
"It’s never easy in away games but if we are focused on the game we should win it.
“It was my ever league title in my career so it was a huge moment for me and an honour.
"But we will keep working. The season is not finished. Even though we’re disappointed we still have these games left. We will stick together and keep working just as a champion team should do."
The midfielder said that the Scottish cup semi-final exit to Hearts had been a disappointment but vowed to repay the fans.
"The fans will be disappointed as well but we will keep giving our best to the end of the season to try and pay them back as well."
Ki added that there would be an opportunity for the best of Celtic’s young players to push for a chance to show what they can do.
“I think they deserve a chance to play which will be a great experience for the younger boys," he explained.
"There are a lot of good young players in the squad. They have very good qualities even though they are young, so there is good potential here."