Hoops skipper Scott Brown believes that Henrik Larsson could still be doing a job for the Hoops after watching the striker sink a hat-trick in Sunday's Celtic Foundation charity match.

Over 60,000 supporters were in attendance at the game with Brown getting some game time.

"It was great to see the legends back for the game and Henrik looks like he could probably still be playing," said Brown.

"It was also good to see Artur [Boruc] coming back up the road and it just shows you what this club means to people. It is a joy to see and brilliant to see all the supporters."

Having had a few days for the achievement of this season to sink in with Celtic claiming an undefeated Treble, Brown has put the success down to team spirit and hard work.

"It is an unbelievable feeling," he smiled. "This is the best bunch of lads. We had a great camaraderie, we are so tight on and off the pitch, 24/7.

"The gaffer has been on at every one of us, there has been the sports science too this season and the assistant managers have made sure we have been ready and that we have given our best.

"But we have treated every game the same no matter who it was against. We have had the same mentality going into every one of them."

Meanwhile, Stuart Armstrong, Celtic's outstanding performer at Hampden on Saturday afternoon, admitted he was left speechless by the winning finale to the club's season.

The 25-year-old midfielder has not looked back since forcing his way into the starting XI last November and he has gone from strength to strength under Rodgers.

Armstrong levelled the scores to cancel our Jonny Hayes opener but his performance in the Cup final was indicative of the influence he has had in the middle of the park over the last six months.

“To get a last-minute winner was incredible and I can’t describe the feeling to win the treble and be invincible,” Armstrong told www.celticfc.net.

“We always had belief and you could see in the second-half that we grew in confidence in our passing, we created chances and as the game went on I thought we were going to get a clear-cut chance. And Tom’s did magnificent for the goal and we got what we deserved in the end.

“Maybe when you get chances in big games and don’t take them, it might not be your day but we kept going and we’ll just have to let it sink in that we’ve managed to win the treble.”