STEVEN GERRARD ribbed Celtic fans as he opened up on his greatest achievement in management - winning the Scottish Premiership with Rangers.

The former Ibrox boss picked the league triumph as his top moment in his fledgling career in the dugout as he joked with a Celtic fan off-camera.

Gerrard, now at Aston Villa, hailed the triumphant season at Ibrox as "special" as he revealed it was only improved for him by the "obsession" over a possible ten-in-a-row from Celtic fans.

Discussing his career so far on Sky Sports' Autocomplete Challenge, Gerrard opened up on his league win in Glasgow as he joked with a Celtic-supporting colleague off camera.

Asked for his greatest achievement in the dugout so far, Gerrard replied: "I'm sitting next to a Celtic fan here by the way. 'Let's move on swiftly' he's saying. 

"No, listen 55 100 per cent because of the obsession with the Celtic fans when I went up there, ten in a row this, ten in a row that, blah blah blah. To get 55 was special."

Gerrard then continued to laugh as his colleague reacted to his comments on his time in Glasgow.

And the Liverpool legend went on to describe the season where Rangers won their 55th league title as "the biggest year in Celtic's history".

He added: "You should see his face here. The biggest year in Celtic's history and that's how it went - sorry about that."

Gerrard joined Aston Villa in November as has led them to rise up to 13th in the Premier League table.

He's also looked to reshape his quad in the January window with three signings already this month.

He sealed a move for Everton full-back Lucas Digne and a loan deal to bring Robin Olsen to the club from Roma.

Gerrard also reunited with Phillipe Coutinho as he brought the playmaker on loan from Barcelona.