Celtic boss Neil Lennon believes the Hoops should stop relying on Robbie Keane to score goals. The on-loan Tottenham striker's penalty secured a 1-0 victory over Hibernian in Sunday.

"We've got things to work on and I don't want to rely on Robbie Keane for goals," Lennon told BBC Scotland.

"Robbie will play as long as he's here. It's not too difficult to pick him - he's the first name on the sheet."

Keane's strike was the Irishman's 12th goal since arriving at Celtic on loan in January.