Dominic McKay met Celtic fans for the first time yesterday and addressed some concerns - but had NO update on season ticket sales.

The new chief executive, who takes over from retiring Peter Lawwell this summer, took part in a fan forum yesterday to meet with supporters and outlay the club's plans for moving forward after their dismal season.

A search for their new manager is obviously high on the priorities list at Parkhead and the former head of Scottish Rugby revealed, according to one supporter on the teams call, wants to "modernise" the club both on and off the field.

Another big aspect of the conversation involved getting fans back inside the stadium by August ahead of the new Premiership season.

One issue fans have been left frustrated by in recent months is a lack of planning or engagement on season ticket holders for next term. And, according to one supporter, Mr McKay could not provide a detailed update on sales or the "different models" being considered.

Ginty1888, part of the Cynic group, revealed: "Season Tickets 20/21 and 21/22. Still in consultation regarding this. Understand frustrations of the fans & trying to weigh this up with needs for forthcoming season.

"No decisions have been made, still listening to fans while preparing different models."