Scott Brown proud of 'exceptional' seventh league title in a row

Scott Brown proud of 'exceptional' seventh league title in a row

Celtic captain Scott Brown says this season has been one of his best yet.

The midfielder led his side to a seventh straight title - rounded off with a 1-0 defeat to Aberdeen.

But with the possibility of more silverware in the Scottish Cup, the SFWA's player of the year tells Sky Sports News, it could get even better.

He said: "I think last season was exceptional for everybody and there was so many highs for everybody last season and it was always going to be a matter of time before there was a low in this campaign and to get beat four-nothing by Hearts (was it).

"But to bounce back in the way that we did, to go win the cup and to go and win the league and on the verge of a treble if we win on Saturday."

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