By Max Winters For Mailonline
Published: 13:00 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 13:00 GMT, 1 March 2019
Neil Lennon took charge of his first training session of his second spell as Celtic manager on Friday morning ahead of their Scottish Cup quarter-final against Hibernian.
The 47-year-old finally got some time on the training pitch with his team as he prepares to return to his old club on Saturday in what should be a thrilling encounter.
He was appointed as interim manager following the shock exit of Brendan Rodgers to Leicester and was victorious in his first match back in charge of Celtic with a stoppage time win over Hearts on Wednesday.
Neil Lennon took charge of his first training session of his second spell as Celtic manager
Lennon observed the session from the touchline alongside new first-team coach Damien Duff
Captain Scott Brown was among the stars to take to the practice field on Friday morning
Dedryck Boyata and Scott Sinclair left the changing rooms together and walked onto the turf