Lucasz Zaluska kept a clean sheet at Easter Road in July 2011, nine years later he is convinced that Celtic are on course for 10-in-a-row.
A lot of players, and managers, have come and gone since Zaluska joined the huddle under captain Mark Wilson as Celtic set off in the 2011/12 campaign on the back of three seasons as runners-up in the SPL to Rangers.
Scott Brown and James Forrest missed that match but goals from Anthony Stokes and Ki Sung Yeung set the club on the road to title Number 1.
Zaluska left Celtic at 4-in-a-row but told Prezeglad Sportowy that he is expecting another title celebration in 12 months time:
Celtic have always prided themselves on nine league wins in-a-row. Steven Gerrard was supposed to stop this, but failed. I suspect that in the summer, Rangers will invest a lot of money on transfers to prevent the tenth Celtic title.
Even when we won the second championship in a row, the fans at the matches sang a song about winning ten-in-a-row. Seven seasons later and it looks like happening. That’s why next season is so big.
Zaluska was understudy to three of the finest Celtic keepers in history, spending the best part of six years on the bench watching Artur Boruc, Fraser Forster and Craig Gordon.
After leaving Celtic in 2015 he moved to Darmstadt in Germany before returning to Poland and spells with Wisla Krakow and Pogon Szczecin.