Celtic manager Ronny Deila has explained to the Glasgow Evening Times that he will produce a document while on holiday centred around progression for the team.
The Norwegian is already looking ahead at ways Celtic can improve heading into next season, with Deila confirming that he won’t be content to reflect on things until he’s away from it all taking a break.
“That's when I will make the plans for next season (vacation). I do that every year - I come back with a document which makes clear what the next stage for the team is,” said Deila.
“I am thinking all the time, I've done that for the last seven or eight years. I have to be the leader, so I will come back with a document for them all.”
“I will write a document outlining what the next stage will be, the things we need to improve on to reach our goals.”
When Deila sits down to reflect on the season, his outlook should be predominantly positive.
The side look likely to complete a double, which is something the boss probably would have taken before the start of his first season at Parkhead.
The defeat in the Scottish Cup semi-final was unfortunate, but there has still been plenty of progress made in various areas.
It’s encouraging that he’s actively looking at how he can improve all areas, as well as giving the side a facelift.
It can be easy at a club like Celtic, with a relatively guaranteed chance of success, for complacency to creep into the mentality, but that doesn’t appear to be something that the boss is allowing to happen.
The document should be received well and hopefully, it will be beneficial in helping the Bhoys get off to a blinding start next season.