Inverness boss Terry Butcher is still looking for a top-three finish for the club this season.
Caley were hammered 4-1 by Celtic, who clinched the Scottish title on Sunday, but Butcher is still eyeing a Europa League spot with four games remaining.
"Celtic deserve the title and while they're having their celebrations, we will be having some fish and chips," he said.
"It's hard to stop them when they are in that mood. We gave some poor goals away and they could have scored some more.
"We now have four matches left to try to get ourselves into Europe.
"I hope Celtic can do us a few favours against the other teams in the top six but we also have to help ourselves."
Inverness currently sit third on the SPL table, six points behind second-placed Motherwell and four ahead of fourth-placed St Johnstone.