Rangers manager Walter Smith paid tribute to his title-winning side but has admitted that his own future at Ibrox remains uncertain.
The Gers wrapped up a second successive Scottish Premier League title following a 1-0 victory over Hibernian at Easter Road on Sunday.
However, Smith, who has been working without a contract since January, admitted afterwards that he may not return to defend the title next season due to the ongoing financial uncertainty at the Glasgow club.
When asked about his future, he told BBC Scotland:"I don't know. I'll just enjoy this evening.
"It's a tremendous feeling. I think our players thoroughly deserve it for the work they've put in over the season.
"It's always nice to win, especially back-to-back championships. I think the sign of a good team and a good spirit is that you can go on and win at least another one and we've managed to do that.
"Our players are tired, they're feeling it but they got there in the end.
"It seems to have been one of the hardest. But then again maybe I feel like this after every one of them.
"I am just delighted we have managed to get two in a row."