Neil Lennon is wary of what he has described as a tough Aberdeen team after the Pittodrie side set up a Scottish Cup semi-final date with Celtic this week. Aberdeen's 2-0 win over Rangers on Tuesday evening has set up a Hampden meeting next month. And Lennon has warned that Derek McInnes' side are more than capable of posing problems for Celtic. The Parkhead side are chasing an unprecedented treble treble and there was a feeling this week that with Rangers out of contention for the Scottish Cup and eight points in the league that the task was simplified. However, Lennon wasn't buying into it.

“It'll be tough," said the interim Celtic manager. "They proved that. We had a tough game with them last week. We were a little bit disappointed but satisfied with the point because we looked a bit fatigued but then you go and see what they can do away from home to anyone so it turned out to be not a bad result in the end. "They got a massive lift from the two results and when the semi-final comes round hopefully we’ll have more of a compliment of players who can break teams down. It is a tough tie. Regardless of who we got it would have been tough but if you want to win the Cup you have got to beat whoever is in front of you.”