Ahead of their Scottish Cup Final Celtic manager Neil Lennon,has expressed fear over threat by Hearts of Midlothian as they seek to complete a treble this season.
Hearts have gone five games without a win, losing three in a row and Celtic have only lost once in 14 games,but Lennon says anything can happen.
“Hearts are a very difficult obstacle for us to overcome, so there’s no point me sitting here telling you how I’m going to feel when we win the Scottish Cup Final.
“I’m just wary of everyone talking about treble trebles and bus parades.
”We’ve got to play the game and not the occasion. That’s the message we’ll be hammering into the players.
“We have a very motivated Hearts team and for some of their players it will be their first cup final.
”They may never get the opportunity to win it again, so they will be very hungry too.”