Celtic boss insists he is out to win treble ahead of Scottish Cup clash

Neil Lennon has made it clear that he is after this season’s treble ahead of Sunday’s Scottish Cup fourth round meeting with Peterhead.

The Hoops take on the third division club at Balmoor and you could excuse Lennon for going in with a more relaxed mindset but he insists the team he deploys this weekend will be fairly strong against an inferior opposition as he looks to scoop all three pieces of silverware this campaign.

"We want to win everything. We came very close last year, but they know they have to do better now,” Lennon said.

"We've got a better squad. And we've still got Kris Commons to return. Hopefully he's going to start training this week.

"It's just been the case that we haven't been able to put sessions on for him because we have had the double-headers of games, with the rest in between.

"I'm disappointed we're out of Europe. Domestically, though, we want to win everything."

 
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