Brendan Rodgers vows to take Celtic on a European adventure in his second stint as Hoops manager.
The returning Northern Irishman, who will be unveiled to the press today, has insisted the Champions League will play a huge role in his second tenure as the Parkhead boss.
He told Celtic TV: “I’m very proud and obviously very happy to be here.
“I want to say a massive thank you to Dermot and the board for taking me back and everything feels so natural, I’m really pleased.
“The nostalgia is great, but it’s the past. I’m here again to win and look forward and continue with that mentality and to look to see if we can do something in Europe.”
“What my commitment has always been is to attacking, aggressive football.
“In my last time here, we were able to achieve that, especially playing so many games.
“Our life outside of football was incredible and Scotland and Glasgow was amazing for us.
“So, from a professional perspective and from a personal perspective, there was a real happiness for us to come back.”