Celtic gaffer, Neil Lennon, has revealed he is not tormented by the thought of losing one of the domestic cups.
Lennon insists, ever since lifting the Scottish Cup in May, he says he is no longer haunted by the possibility of losing the Scottish Cup or League Cup.
He said: “I think that was more the case early on, going back to last season, when we won away to Hibs in the Scottish Cup and then had Aberdeen in the semis. From there we were obviously trying to win.
“The pressures at that stage was immense. It has sort of dissipated slightly. There is also a pressure in this cup competition but I don’t feel the weight of pressure this time when I might have three or four months ago.”