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Rodgers: This Is The Most Enjoyable Spell Of My Career

Celtic v Rangers - Scottish Cup Semi-Final Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Talking at Celtic's player of the year awards last night, Brendan Rodgers revealed that this season is the most enjoyable he has ever spent as a football manager.

He also said that Saturday's 5-1 victory at Ibrox didn't greatly surprise him as he knows how good his players are from seeing them in training every day.

He described managing Celtic as an 'honour and a privilege' and revealed that Paul McStay is a Celtic player from the past he most admired, and mentioned the 1985 Scottish Cup final victory over Dundee United in 1985 as one of his favourite Celtic memories.

Rodgers also revealed that he is 'hopeful' that one day we will see Patrick Roberts once again in a Celtic jersey.