Meet the new boss...vastly different from the old boss.

Celtic may be under different management in Brendan Rodgers, but the demands will still be the same both at home and particularly abroad.

The 50-year-old won seven out of seven domestic trophies in his first managerial stint in Paradise.

This time around he is targeting more of the same as well as to make inroads in Europe.

Joe Hart reflected this idea when he addressed the media and outlined why this is strictly business for Rodgers.

When the former Leicester City boss swept into power at Parkhead, he uttered five words to the Hoops fans in his first public address: "Let's go to work".

Hart admitted that despite being in the door only a matter of days Rodgers is already making his presence felt.

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He said: "We've only been together a couple of days now, but he's an exceptional guy. I've had run-ins in the past with him as an opponent and I actually bumped into him a few times on holiday. He is a lovely person, first and foremost, which is very important and a very successful manager.

"He has a huge drive. He's laid it on the line. He's actually stood here in front of us and let us know that. Our priority may be what we did last year, but that was last year and we now need to build on it and try and improve and push each other.

"He's super positive. You can tell that he absolutely loves the club. You know if he was to take his managerial hat off, he's a Celtic fan. He's made it very clear that he's able to separate business and pleasure and we are here for business. We're here to work.

"We're here to be successful and push each other and try and get the best out of each other. He wants to push the young guys. He wants the older guys to help with clear messages, and I'm excited to work under him.

"We did our best in Europe. That was definitely something we felt like we could improve on and we can look to do that under Brendan now."

It certainly appears to be all systems go at Celtic with the summer arrivals of Odin Thiago Holm and Marco Tilio and the announcement of new four-year deals for Japanese duo Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda. 

However, with talent like midfielder Fabian Rieder being linked with the club, are Celtic poised to break their transfer record this summer?

Join Tony Haggerty and Aidan Macdonald in the video below as they discuss the latest Celtic news.