Neil Lennon watched his Celtic side take a 2-0 Scottish Cup fifth-round win at Inverness on Saturday, before playing down talk of a treble. Celtic are in the final of the League Cup, where they will play Kilmarnock at Hampden next month, and are a point above Rangers at the top of the Premier League.
Lennon said: "Things can change very quickly but we are really pleased with where we are at the minute. We wanted to be in all the competitions, that was the remit before the game, and we are so it's good. But there is a long way to go yet."
Inverness's manager, Terry Butcher, said: "We were too easy to beat. We made two horrendous mistakes which is unforgivable."Reuse content