Celtic should win the Scottish Premiership this season, and that will result in Champions League qualification again - and a shot at the group stage and the money it brings.
Manager Ronny Deila will be hoping to strengthen his squad this summer, and even with Leigh Griffiths impressing this season, he may still need another striker.
Loanee John Guidetti is a free agent this summer and has been strongly linked with a move to Feyenoord - leaving Deila slightly short up front.
The Norwegian recently admitted his desire to sign Scottish players having landed Gary Mackay-Steven and Stuart Armstrong from Dundee United in January, and if he looks for a replacement for Guidetti, here are five Scottish internationals who could be on the radar.
Rhodes, 25, was actually born in Oldham but qualifies to play for Scotland having spent five years at school North of the border. With 66 goals in 131 games for Blackburn, Rhodes has been prolific at Ewood Park, and given his goalscoring exploits, he may not be keen on another season in the Championship - and an offer of Champions League football from Celtic could tempt him back up to Scotland.
McCormack joined Fulham from Leeds last summer in a deal believed to be worth £11m, but has been faced with a relegation battle this season. The former Motherwell striker last played in Scotland in 2008, and even admitted that he supports Celtic - despite previously playing for rivals Rangers. At 28, McCormack won't have many chances to play in the Champions League, so Celtic should think about giving him his dream move to the Bhoys.
May was dubbed as one of the rising stars of Scottish football last summer, and joined Sheffield Wednesday having hit 29 goals in his last 52 games for St. Johnstone. Yet so far, May has scored just five league goals for the Owls, and has now slipped behind the likes of Atdhe Nuhiu and Will Keane in the pecking order at Hillsborough - and Celtic may be able to tempt them into a sale this summer.
Sunderland striker Fletcher left Hibernian in 2009, joining Burnley and eventually Wolverhampton Wanderers as he established himself as a regular scorer in the Premier League. Fletcher admitted earlier this season that he almost joined Celtic previously and would be interested in a move back to Scotland, so if Sunderland continue to struggle or even get relegated, Celtic could land a coup in the 27-year-old.
Martin, much like Rhodes, was born in England but chose to represent Scotland at international level. A strong centre forward, Martin has hit 43 goals in 82 games for Derby County, and if the Rams miss out on promotion to the Premier League, he may look for a step up move. Despite no goals in five games for Scotland, Martin should still be on Celtic's radar after his exploits at Pride Park.