Bolton Wanderers manager Neil Lennon has admitted that he misses the ‘intensity’ at Celtic.
The 43-year-old was the manager of the Glasgow giants from 2010 until this summer and was hugely successful during his time at Celtic Park.
During his time as the Celtic boss, Lennon won the Scottish Premiership title three times in a row and the Scottish Cup on two occasions.
In the summer, Lennon stepped down from his post at the Scottish outfit and was appointed the Bolton manager in October.
The former Northern Ireland international midfielder is enjoying his time at the Reebok Stadium so far, but he has conceded that he does miss a thing or two about life at Celtic.
“Now I'm out of it, do I miss the intensity? Sometimes, yes,” Lennon told The Daily Mail. “We live off that.
“But I am loving what I am doing now. I can concentrate on the management here and the football rather than the other stuff. I also need to prove I can manage in England.’
Lennon has made a successful start to his Bolton career, winning four of the six games he has been in charge of the Championship outfit so far.
Bolton are currently 21st in the league table with 17 points from as many matches, just a point above the relegation zone.