Celtic first-team coach Alan Thompson will hear no talk of a tainted title win this season, with the Hoops on the cusp of bringing the Clydesdale Bank Premier League trophy back to Parkhead for the first time in four years.
Neil Lennon's men only need a draw against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Saturday to wrap up a championship that looked out of their reach in November when they fell 15 points behind Rangers, albeit with two games in hand over the Light Blues.
"To turn it round 15 points, regardless of the 10 points deduction Rangers have had, means absolute massive credit has to go to our players for what they have done," Thompson said.
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