Celtic returned to pre-season training today, with Brendan Rodgers taking charge for the first time.
Celtic started up their pre-season earlier today, with Rodgers having the opportunity to see his new side in action for the first time.
Kennedy said that the whole squad was excited about returning to training, and Brown took no time to get back into the swing of things.
JK on players: "Players are looking sharp and they were all excited today. Before we knew it Scott Brown was tackling people."— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) June 20, 2016
Brown has a point to prove at Celtic next season, after enduring a difficult campaign last term.
The Scotland international struggled with injury towards the back end of last season, and he failed to find his top form.
There have been some suggestions that Brown could have found his place in the team under threat, but it seems likely that Rodgers will keep the former Hibernian man around for now.
Brown remains a strong leader of the Celtic team, and his experience could be vital.
Rodgers will be aiming to help Celtic win the Scottish Premiership for the sixth consecutive time during his first season in charge at Parkhead.