Celtic clinched their third successive Scottish Premiership league title in style with an emphatic 5-0 win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.

Goalscorer Adam Idah was delighted with his contribution on the night – but stressed that he and his teammates' success is always a team effort.

The 23-year-old opened the scoring in Ayrshire inside the opening five minutes on an evening when Celtic were relentless from the first to final whistle.

Daizen Maeda doubled his side's lead on 13 minutes, before James Forrest made it three with 10 minutes of the first period remaining.

Brendan Rodgers' men returned from the break with the same ferocity in attack, before the club's own Player of the Year – and Players' Player and Young Player of the Year – netted a brace between the 51st and 71st minutes.

Speaking to Sky Sports on the pitch in front of a jubilant travelling support, a near-speechless Idah said: "It's hard to put into words, the celebrations are amazing. To achieve this is a fantastic feeling.

"Like I said whenever I signed here in January, I want to help the team and score as many goals as I can. I'm so happy to get the win and help the team win the title."

When interviewer Luke Shanley asked if the Irish striker reflected on the importance of his own goals after signing on loan for Celtic in January, he added: "They're all important goals, I think every goal I've scored has been important and so has everybody else's goals."