Neil Lennon has been offered the Celtic managers job on a permanent basis after their historic treble.
According to Sky Sports, Lennon, who was working on an interim basis was offered the job shortly after securing a 2-1 comeback win over Hearts on Saturday.
"It's a privilege - it has been my privilege to manage this club once, but to do it a second time, I feel like I have come full circle," said Lennon
"It was always an objective. I left the club on good terms last time and nothing has changed.
"It has been a roller coaster couple of months. It has been difficult but I hope I can bring a lot more success going forward."
Celtic became the first Scottish team to win a domestic treble three times consecutively.