Brown targets further glory

Celtic skipper Scott Brown is already setting his sights on more silverware in the wake of their Scottish Cup victory.

Last Updated: 27/05/13 at 15:17 Post Comment

Scott Brown poses with the Scottish Cup

Scott Brown poses with the Scottish Cup

Celtic skipper Scott Brown is already setting his sights on more silverware next season in the wake of their Scottish Cup victory over Hibernian.

The Hoops defeated Hibernian 3-0 at Hampden Park on Sunday to secure a domestic double, with the SPL title having been wrapped up in April.

Brown is determined to maintain winning ways though and is already looking ahead to next season.

"It's huge, not just for me, for every single player and the management staff as well, for everyone at Celtic," he said.

"It's a great club and the support we get week in, week out has been fantastic, so it's something to give back to them. We've got a great squad and hopefully we can keep the players.

"That's what we are trying to do. We have had a great season this year but we need to try and better it next season.

"We have three (Champions League) qualifiers coming up and we are back in quite early.

"Hopefully the squad can stay together but that's not up to me."


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