Celtic midfielder Kris Commons says that Ronny Deila will shortly outline his goals for next season.
Kris Commons says that Celtic boss Ronny Deila is already planning a meeting with the squad to discuss next season's aims.
The Bhoys are currently fully focused on winning the Scottish Premiership title, but once they have got this season out of the way, Commons doesn't think it will take very long before their attention starts to drift towards the 2015/16 campaign.
The attacking midfielder says that Deila will outline the club's goals over pre-season, and he expects that the Champions League will figure prominently on their list of priorities.
KC on #UCL "Just another target to hit. In pre-season manager will sit us down and outline what he wants us to achieve in season." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) April 30, 2015
KC: "The treble & #UCL will be spoken about again. Have a squad & group of guys where drive & hunger for success never been so good." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) April 30, 2015
Celtic did not progress very far in the Champions League this season on the back of a poor qualifying campaign that saw them struggle to adapt to Deila's methods early in his tenure.
The Norwegian's approach is very different from his predecessor's, Neil Lennon's, and it took the Bhoys squad some time to get used to it.
However, now they have had a chance to adapt, Celtic look much better placed to qualify for the group stages of Europe's elite competition and that will be their main objective next term.
Celtic will also be keen to win the treble, after a semi-final Scottish Cup defeat to Inverness prevented them from achieving the feat this year.