Brendan Rodgers recognises the focus in the eyes of his Celtic players as they prepare for what could be an historic season finale.
The Hoops resume the quest for their seventh successive Scottish Premiership title with a home game against bottom side Ross County today.
With the Betfred League Cup already in the bag and a Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers at Hampden Park next month to look forward to, a historic second successive domestic treble is on the horizon and Rodgers believes his players are in the right frame of mind.
"We are moving into a real exciting period with nine, hopefully 10 games left with the league and Scottish Cup games," said the Northern Irishman.
"It is a real exciting period for us. The players are back and I can see it in their eyes."
"We have a wonderful opportunity to again re-write the history books."