Scott Sinclair says he and his Celtic team-mates are confident Brendan Rodgers can add the requisite quality to the squad this summer.
The Bhoys swept all before them last season, remaining unbeaten on their way to the domestic treble, while they also produced some impressive performances in the Champions League.
All eyes are now on the Northern Irishman to see if he can repeat the feat in his sophomore year at Parkhead and he is likely to be busy in the transfer market in a bid to improve his options.
Jonny Hayes became the first new arrival last week as he joined for £1.3m from rivals Aberdeen but his signing has been met with somewhat of a lukewarm reaction from the fans.
With domestic domination all but assured, large sections of the Parkhead faithful are hoping for deals for more established players who can help make the club a force in Europe.
Sinclair was one of the quality arrivals to sign last summer and justified his hype by claiming a clean sweep of Player of the Year awards at both club and national level.
The 28-year-old is expecting another big year with Celtic, who are 501.00 to win the Champions League, especially with Rodgers in charge of recruitment.
Sinclair said: “The manager has done what he has done and everyone trusts him, all the players he buys and all the others agree with him.
“Jonny Hayes is a good player. All the players trust the manager to bring in the players he believes should be added to the squad and his arrival is great for competition.”