Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell told the Glasgow Evening Times that it’s the main aim for the club to constantly be chasing a ‘world class’ level.
Celtic have just had a fantastic season, with Ronny Deila guiding the club to a domestic double in his first campaign in charge at Parkhead.
Lawwell suggests that Celtic are not content with the success they have just achieved and are constantly striving to improve themselves in all areas.
“Celtic aims at all times to be a world-class football club in everything we do and this award (National Club Licensing Platinum Award from the SFA) is recognition of the high standards of governance across many areas, which the club has met for some time,” he said.
The facilities that Celtic offer players and fans are second to none and will likely be backed up with necessary investment should the club need to move forward in any area.
The players are taken care of with good training and medical facilities, while the club offers fans fair prices and good corporate facilities for when they want to spend their hard earned cash watching the team play.
The squad is also superb and full of top quality players and there is no reason why Deila can’t make one or two world class additions to his playing staff over the summer.
Celtic also have a chance to compete against world class talent in the Champions League, which showcases some of the best players in the game and offers the club a chance to experience different types of cultures and opposition.
Celtic have very high standards and should only be looking to make them higher in all areas.