CELTIC stars Leigh Griffiths and Callum McGregor were shocked with a special delivery of the Scottish Premiership trophy on their doorstep today - as the Hoops continue to celebrate their nine in a row triumph.

The pair were pictured holding the silverware at their homes after Neil Lennon's team were awarded the title following the SPFL's decision to curtail the top-flight season early.

Celtic academy graduate McGregor – who made 50 appearances at club level this season in all competitions – was delighted to get his hands on the championship once more.

“It is absolutely brilliant to get my hands on this trophy again,” said McGregor.

“Given the current situation, it’s really special having the title delivered to our doors, and it’s a great feeling and a huge honour to play my part in this incredible nine-in-a-row achievement.”

The league trophy was then dropped off at the door of Griffiths, who, with 115 goals in 233 appearances to his name since signing in 2014, is the club’s top scorer throughout its nine-successive-titles run.

“We’re gutted not to be celebrating this incredible achievement with each other and the fans,” said Griffiths.

“But these are unusual times, and we have to do what’s safe for us all. Getting the trophy delivered is the next best thing, and getting our hands on it again is the best feeling in the world.

“We deserve it – the players, the manager, the coaches, the fans – and we can’t wait to hit the ground running next season. We'll do all we can to bring the title home again this time next year.”