Celtic players still learning from Rodgers, says Brown
The Celtic captain insists his side will be fitter and stronger next season.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has warned other Premiership sides his side will be stronger next season because they are still learning from Brendan Rodgers.
The team are unbeaten in domestic competition since the arrival of Rodgers and are just one game away from landing the treble.
Brown admitted he did not see it going that way after an early setback against Lincoln Red Imps in Champions League qualifying.
Since then Celtic have gone from strength-to-strength but the team captain still expects improvement.
"I thought at the start of the season it was going to be hard, especially after the Gibraltar one but since then we've kicked on and we've done really well," he said.
"We're learning as we're going on. We've still got a lot of learning to do and we're working on different shapes and different formations so the gaffer is trying to build that all into us.
"I'm sure the gaffer will add a few new faces as well but the way we're playing just now we're getting fitter and we're understanding the way the gaffer wants us to play.
"It's all about our pressing mentality as well so the fitter we get for next season, the better it is for that."