Celtic retained their Scottish League title and here's how their individual players' performances over the course of the season rated:
FRASER FORSTER: The England cap has had a season to remember, breaking Scotland's 43-year-old clean sheet record of 1215 minutes of league football set by Aberdeen's Bobby Clark. After reaching 1,256 minutes, Forster was beaten by a stunning strike by Dons wide-man Jonny Hayes but the Hoops goalkeeper will hope he has done enough to earn his place on the plane to Brazil. 8.
DARNELL FISHER. The 19-year-old was given his chance at right-back in October when Mikael Lustig and Adam Matthews were injured and the youngster showed plenty of promise before slipping back out of the side. 6.
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ADAM MATTHEWS: The speedy and energetic Wales defender, 22, has had another fine season overlapping down the right flank for the Hoops. 7.
MIKAEL LUSTIG: The Sweden international's season was curtailed by a hip problem which required surgery and kept him out for four months. 5.
VIRGIL VAN DIJK: Brought in from Groningen last summer to replace Kelvin Wilson, the pacy, powerful and talented Dutch defender has had a terrific season and Celtic will do well to hold on to him in the summer. 8.
EFE AMBROSE: The Nigeria defender has had a solid campaign but retains the propensity for occasional casualness. 7.
EMILIO IZAGUIRRE: The Honduras left-back again did his best work going forward this season. 6.
CHARLIE MULGREW: Established as a regular in the Scotland set-up, Mulgrew had another consistent season, playing much of his football in the middle of the park. 7.
SCOTT BROWN: Has become a stalwart at Parkhead where his inclusion in midfield is guaranteed. 6.
NIR BITON: The Israeli midfielder eventually got a few games in the Hoops' engine room before picking up another injury. 5.
LEIGH GRIFFITHS: The Scotland striker hit the ground running after signing from Wolves in January. Looks like he will go on to score a barrowload of goals at Celtic Park. 7.
BIRAM KAYAL: Flitted in and out of the side again this season. The Israel midfielder continues to flatter to deceive. 5.
KRIS COMMONS: Celtic's best player this season and probably the top performer in Scotland. The Hoops forward has had a prolific season on the goal front. 9.
ANTHONY STOKES: According to manager Neil Lennon, the Republic of Ireland striker has had his best season since signing from Hibernian in 2010. 7.
DERK BOERRIGTER: The former Ajax wide-man was considered to be injury-prone when he arrived in Glasgow last summer and spent too long on the treatment table. 5.
GEORGIOS SAMARAS: An indifferent season from the Greece international, who could be on his way out of the club in the summer when his contract ends. 6.
JAMES FORREST: One of Celtic and Scotland's most promising talents, his campaign has again been blighted by injury. 5.
TEEMU PUKKI: The Finland striker has struggled to find his form at Parkhead since signing from Schalke last summer. 5.
AMIDO BALDE: The lanky striker, signed from Vitoria Guimaraes last summer, has failed to impress in the few opportunities he has been given. 5
LIAM HENDERSON: Broke into the team near the end of the season to suggest he has had a bright future at the club. 6.
STEFAN JOHANSEN: The January signing scored his first goal against St Mirren in March. The Norwegian midfielder could be influential next season. 6