STEPHEN ROBINSON has warned Celtic his battle-ready Motherwell stars are fit and raring to go for one final shot at glory this season.

The Lanarkshire side stand in the road of the Parkhead club claiming an historic double treble, and it is a sizeable obstacle for Brendan Rodgers and his players.

Motherwell have already taken points off of Celtic twice this season, while they were well in the game for long spells during November’s Betfred Cup final which the Glasgow club eventually won 2-0.

If they come out on top, this will be the first time since 1991 that the famous trophy would have claret and amber ribbons draped from its handles, and Robinson insists his players are ready for a last hurrah.

He said: “We have close to 13,000 people coming to the final and we’d love to give them a day to remember and we’d love to see them come back to Fir Park to try and take this club forward.

“The club is nothing without the fans. Ultimately the fans own the club. We will have good and bad times, that’s the nature of our budget and the financial disparity between some clubs in this division is huge, but if we could make it a day to remember to give the fans something to shout about it would mean these boys could go down in history.

“That’s what we tell them. Pressure? Pressure is when you can’t pay your mortgage. We are going to play a game of football with a bunch of fans behind us who are ever so proud. I just think we are in a win/win situation.

“We can go and give absolutely everything, and the players can become heroes."

Speaking to the MFC Podcast, he added: “It’s been a fantastic season. We can make it a special season.”

“We are certainly not tired after a long season. We are ready to go for one last shot.”