Celtic boss Ronny Deila has vowed to savour his teams Scottish Premiership title success prior to leaving the club at the end of the season. The Norwegian all-but has a second title at Parkhead in the bag with Celtic set to be crowned Scottish champions for the fifth successive season following their 3-1 victory over Hearts.Colin Kazim-Richards, Patrick Roberts and Leigh Griffiths were all on target for the Hoops, who were comfortable winners at Tynecastle. The win leaves Celtic nine points clear of Aberdeen with three matches remaining and they are sitting pretty at the top of the table due to their vastly-superior goal difference. Highlights of Celtics 3-1 win over Hearts to all-but wrap up the Scottish Premiership title Deila reiterated everyone at Celtic Park has been pulling together despite some indifferent form in cup competitions throughout the season, and again praised the travelling fans for their backing.I am very happy and proud as well. It is a tough job, especially in the last week, Deila said.You always ask me have you lost the dressing room? I know I never did and today shows that.The players are standing behind me all the time and today they gave a fantastic performance. Colin Kazim-Richards gives Celtic an early lead against Hearts I am so happy for them and also that we can give something back to the fantastic supporters, who have been standing behind us for the whole season.Five in a row has not happened so many times and you have to enjoy it and I am going to enjoy it today, I can assure you of that.The biggest challenge in this club is unity. When you are winning and winning and everybody wants you down from the throne and want to split us. Celtics Scott Brown (left) and Kieran Tierney celebrate at Tynecastle But if you stay together, the supporters and players, the rest of the club, we are hard to beat and that was shown today.The supporters were really behind us, the players were fighting for each other and then Celtic were the best team. Celtic players celebrate their title success at full-time Hearts boss Robbie Neilson refused to criticise the defensive lapses from defenders Alim Ozturk and teenager John Souttar that helped contribute to the Jambos defeat.Neilson said: John is 19-years-old and is playing in the biggest game in Scotland this weekend.He is still learning the game but his passing, along with Ozturk, gives us the base to play the game. Unfortunately they made a mistake each today and it costs us two goals.There are going to be days when they wont and we will win the games. But as long as they learn from it. Also See: Celtic video Celtic fixtures Celtic stats Get ￡10 free bet! Swell Bottle Marble Black
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