Celtic Park is undergoing a facelift ahead of the new Premiership season.

The Hoops have played their final fixture of the season at home which ended in a 4-0 win over St Johnstone on Wednesday evening.

It was captain Scott Brown's final home game of his Celts career and he'll have been delighted to go out on a high after a poor campaign as a whole.

The fact that the Glasgow giants play Hibs at Easter Road in their final clash of this term has allowed the club to bring in AllGrass turf care to keep the Parkhead soil in good nick for next year under their new manager, whomever that may be.

Sharing on social media, AllGrass posted pictures inside the stadium and said: "Well it’s the start of the stadium renovations. First up Celtic Park. Very important to use the correct implements on hybrid surfaces."

The renovations are sure to have the ground looking in tip top shape for next season.