James Forrest says he is not content to sit back and reflect on emulating Bobby Lennox, Billy McNeill and Jimmy Johnstone as Celtic's nine-in-a-row heroes.
Forrest and skipper Scott Brown this week joined the three Lisbon Lions in winning nine consecutive titles with the club.
But the winger is immediately thinking about setting a new Scottish record of 10 successive triumphs and at the age of 28 he has plenty of scope to add to his 19 major honours.
He was handed his Celtic debut by Neil Lennon, who has continued the run he started and now both manager and player have the chance to help their side to the 10th title in a row.
Forrest told Celtic's website: "To win nine-in-a-row, to play in all seasons and to be in the same company as the likes of Broony, Bobby Lennox, Billy McNeill and Jimmy Johnstone, that's why you want to play, and keep playing, at a club like Celtic.
"Once you finish, you'll look back on it fondly, but when it's still going just now, you want to keep working as hard as you can to keep adding to that and being in amongst it.
"It's been a crazy journey, there have been so many memories, cups, league titles, games in the Champions League, there have been so many highs. When you win stuff, once you get a taste of it, you want more. What the club has done in the last 10 years is amazing and it's great to be a part of it.
"Now that the league's been called, we're desperate to start preparing for next season. Once we are able to start back, the boys will be raring to go.
"Every year with Celtic there is always pressure right from the start of the season. We're always expected to be challenging for the title and the cups. For us, next year won't be any different."