I read with interest Brendan Rodgers’ comments about Neil Lennon eventually finding his way back to Celtic Park one day in the future – but I don’t think it will be any time soon.

There isn’t a game that goes by now at Celtic Park that we don’t hear the chant of ‘Brendan Rodgers, here comes 10-in-a-row’ and while that seems like a long way off, I firmly believe that the Hoops boss is here for the long haul.

He signed a four-year extension to his deal last season and I think he is happy at Celtic and the fruits of what he is doing at Lennoxtown are there for all to see.

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Celtic are playing an exciting brand of football, they are back in the Champions League and they are on a 58-game unbeaten domestic run. So while none of us would be too surprised if Neil got another crack at the Celtic job, I don’t see Brendan being in a rush to go anywhere soon.

I would have to say, though, that I thought Hibs played the most positive brand of football that I have seen at Celtic in a domestic game for a long time.

So many teams come and try to contain Celtic, try to stop them playing, and while Hibs done that too they also tried to get at Celtic. It was a really positive game and I think we all enjoyed it because of that.

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To their credit they came out and had a go and Celtic had to really dig in to get that point.

In fairness, you would have to say that there probably was a bit of a European hangover after the performance in Brussels but that shouldn’t deflect from what was a really positive advert for our game.