Pundit and former Celtic star Davie Provan has told The Scottish Sun that he doesn't think Bhoys skipper Scott Brown does enough in big games.
The Bhoys clinched the Scottish Premiership crown for the fifth year in a row on Sunday afternoon, as a 3-2 win over Aberdeen handed Celtic another title.
It promises to be a summer of change for Celtic though, as manager Ronny Deila will be leaving the club, and a new boss will be brought in to try and bring the Bhoys back to success in European competitions.
With a new manager coming in, some players will be fearing for their positions at Celtic Park - and one veteran has been slammed by a former Bhoys ace.
Sky Sports pundit and former Celtic winger Davie Provan has moved to criticise Bhoys captain Scott Brown, who has been a mainstay of the Bhoys team ever since signing from Hibernian back in 2007.
The 30-year-old is captain for club and country, but has had a disappointing season by his standards, struggling with form and fitness at some points during the campaign.
Now, Celtic hero Provan has told The Scottish Sun that he wasn't surprised when Brown failed to impress against Rangers last month, before asking a key question about the midfielder, quizzing when the last time he impressed in a big game for Celtic or Scotland was.
"Before the [Rangers] game we had Broony giving Andy Halliday the Keano eyes in an attempt to intimidate the Gers man. Fine, but when the game started Brown was the one reported missing," said Provan. "That was no surprise to me. When was the last time Broony turned in a big occasion performance for Celtic or Scotland?"
"Yeah, Gordon Strachan is a big fan, but where was Scott when the crunch Euro ties had to be won? When did he last influence a Champions League game for Celtic?" he added.
Do you think Brown does enough for Celtic in big games?