Brendan Rodgers drags Neil Lennon towards Celtic fans for roaring ovation in title celebrations

Brendan Rodgers didn't want to celebrate alone this evening as Neil Lennon discovered after Celtic won the title at Kilmarnock.

The Hoops blew their opponents away in a slick 5-0 hammering to officially be crowned champions after beating Rangers last weekend. Rodgers was delighted with the win and the party atmosphere began long before the final whistle, but the manager still had his media duties to get over and done with as he spoke with Sky Sports on the pitch after the game.

Eilidh Barbour asked her questions and after Rodgers' had finished, he turned towards pundit for the evening Lennon and cuddled his countryman.

And that was just before he dragged the former Celtic player and manager towards the jubilant fanbase to lap up the love and applause from the thousands in attendance.

Lennon left the club under difficult circumstances having failed to secure 10 in a row and resigning from his position. Fans, at the time, had been scunnered with their club and welcomed the decision, but they appear to have welcomed him back into the Celtic family if this reaction was anything to go by.