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Lennon on hunt for trophies.

Summary: Celtic manager Neil Lennon says work is under way to bring more trophies to Parkhead.

Celtic manager Neil Lennon says work is under way to bring more trophies to Parkhead.

The former skipper has signed a new 12-moth rolling contract and has made his intentions clear.

"We have already begun looking at the squad for next season. Whoever comes into the squad I know they will be joining some very talented players here who share my appetite for success," he said.

"The players have connected with our fans, they know what Celtic means to so many people and I know they will be looking to me to deliver success for them this coming season."

The Hoops have tasted disappointment after finishing second to Rangers in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League and also losing to the Ibrox men in the final of the Co-operative Insurance Cup.

However they did win the Scottish Cup.

The Irishman, who took over from Tony Mowbray on an interim basis in March 2010 says he is delighted with the new deal to stay.

"I have had 10 great years connected to Celtic and I hope to enjoy many more. Clearly this is down to me and I will be doing everything I possibly can to ensure we bring our fans more success," Lennon said.

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