Celtic are still fighting it out for a domestic treble.
Celtic are still in the fight for a potential treble this season, and Gary Mackay-Steven has responded when asked if the Bhoys can win three competitions this season.
GMS on prospect of treble: “Trebles are so hard to do. We came close last year, will take it one game at a time. (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) January 29, 2016
The Bhoys completed a double last season, picking up the Premiership title and the Scottish League Cup, but they fell out of the Europa League at the knockout stages, and lost in the Scottish Cup in the semi-final.
This season, they are already out of the Europa League - failing to win a single game in their group - but are going well in the league, League Cup and Scottish Cup.
Ronny Deila’s men sit atop the Premiership table, with six points separating them from second placed Aberdeen.
They are in the semi-finals of the League Cup - and take on Ross County this weekend - and have a fifth round Scottish Cup tie against East Kilbride in February.
They are fighting on all three fronts to secure a treble, and not having European football may give them an advantage as it means one less competition to focus upon.
Deila has come unde a lot of criticism for the poor performances of his Celtic teams, but if he wins a treble this season, it will be hard to deny that he has done a good job at Parkhead.