Celtic midfielder Scott Brown has paid tribute to the job Ronny Deila has done in his first season at Parkhead on Goal.com.
Deila has helped Celtic win the double and Brown believes that the Norwegian boss deserves plenty of praise for the changes he has made.
The Scotland international midfielder says that Deila has dramatically altered Celtic's approach in every area and he has made training very enjoyable.
"Ronny Deila has been brilliant," Brown said. "He has come in and changed the formation we play. He wants the tempo of our training to rise and every day it has been getting higher and higher. It is a good system to play in, good to train in and he has been good in the dressing room with the lads on and off the pitch."
It actually took a while for Celtic's squad to adapt to Deila's methods, but they are looking like a dominant force in Scotland now that they have.
Celtic only narrowly missed out on the treble this season, but they look set to have a good chance of winning every domestic trophy available to them next term.
The Bhoys have won the Scottish Premiership and they seem to be becoming more and more dominant, with Rangers' struggles continuing.
It means that Celtic already look in with a good chance of lifting the title for the fifth time running next year and Deila will be hoping that he continues to help the side progress during his time in charge.