Ange Postecoglou reckons his success at Celtic is "dismissed" by those down south because the Hoops are "supposed to win every year".

The Australian won five out of six trophies during his time in Glasgow, including a treble last season, and he feels some in England do not give the achievements the respect they deserve.

Postecoglou also addressed how he has overcome the stereotypes associated with Australian coaches.

He told Mail Online: "I never used it as a drive to prove people wrong but I did get frustrated.

"Because I knew, with the all the work I had done and the experience I had, that I deserved an opportunity and really the one reason I wasn't getting one was because I was Australian.

"And all the success I’d had, people were very dismissive about it. I didn’t think it was fair because whatever competition you win, it’s still a competition right?

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"You still gotta be the first team. Even Celtic gets dismissed a bit. 'Oh it’s Celtic…you are to supposed to win every year…'

"So I haven’t used it to prove people wrong but I enjoy the fact I am here, because hopefully it breaks some stereotypes and let's people open their minds to the fact I am here for no other reason than my work. "