Celtic are set to make it five Scottish Premiership titles in a row this season.
The Hoops have all but confirmed their fifth consecutive title, with second placed Aberdeen still within touching distance but Ronny Deila’s side enjoying a superior goal difference.
It will mark a winning end to Ronny Deila’s time at the club as he departs in the summer.
Given they have won it for the last four years, the achievement has been somewhat overlooked, but Sviatchenko insisted that the level of the success should not be ignored.
“To win five titles in a row is unbelievable,” he told celticfc.net.
“It’s not something that happens everywhere every day, so people cherish that achievement and it’s important to talk about it because it’s a big thing for the club.”
Celtic fans should definitely relish the title while they have it, especially with Rangers set to return to the top flight next season threatening to make it a little less certain.
While they have been the best side in the league, that has been tinged with the knowledge that there has been a lack of competition since their rivals demise.
The Gers though, are keen to mark their return with further success under Mark Warburton, meaning Celtic could face a fight to make it six in a row.