Neil Lennon has told talkSPORT that Celtic do not need a massive rebuilding in the summer transfer window.
Celtic have won the Scottish Premiership title this season, but they failed to do much in Europe.
The Bhoys have failed to progress to the group stage of the Champions League for the past two seasons, and rectifying that will be main priority in the summer.
Ronny Deila is the manager of Celtic at the moment, but the Norwegian will leave the Hoops at the end of the season.
Former Celtic manager Lennon believes that the new boss need not spend big money in the summer transfer window in order to make the squad more competitive.
“I don’t think it’s going to take major rebuilding,” the former Leicester City and Nottingham Forest midfielder told talkSPORT. “I just think some players have underperformed this season, and when a new manager comes in, hopefully he can get them up and at it again.”
Celtic do need to make signings in the summer transfer window, but even now they have the best squad in Scotland.
Lennon is right in claiming that some of the players have underperformed this season, and hopefully for the fans, a managerial change in the summer will see them step up their game.