Celtic star Craig Gordon has praised manager Brendan Rodgers and insists the Hoops boss is at the ‘very top’ of the list of managers he has played under.
The Celtic manager has yet to lose a domestic game since taking charge of the Hoops in 2016 and has won four consecutive trophies in Scotland.
Gordon has made himself the undisputed number one at Celtic Park after briefly losing the gloves to Dorus de Vries last season.
The Scotland number one insists the Hoops are hungry for more success as they continue to dominate Scottish football.
“The manager has now won four trophies in a year which is pretty special,” Gordon said, as quoted by the club’s official website.
“We’re still hungry for more and we want to continue doing that.
“He’s always striving to get more out of the players and improve us so we’re always trying to give him that bit more.
“In terms of the managers I’ve played under, he would be right at the very top.
“You don’t get records like we have if you’re not a good manager and don’t have good players.
“It’s been a great time to be involved at Celtic.”
The 34-year-old had made 186 appearances for the Hoops since signing for the Glasgow giants in 2014.
Since signing for the Hoops, Gordon has won three Scottish titles, three Scottish League Cups and two Scottish Cups.
Gordon recently picked up his 50th cap for Scotland – and a place in the Scottish football Hall of Fame.
Under senior man Rodgers Celtic have yet to lose a domestic game and went the whole of last season unbeaten as they lifted a historic treble.
After winning the League Cup on Sunday, the Hoops will have one eye on an unprecedented back-to-back treble.
In other Celtic news, ex-Hoops manager Neil Lennon has taken a brutal swipe at Rangers for their manager search.