Rangers won the league title at a canter with a 25-point lead over Celtic, whose dreams of winning ten-in-a-row were shattered halfway through the campaign.

 

By the end of last year, it was clear that it would take a catastrophic drop in form for Rangers to lose the league title and Foster stressed the Steven Gerrard’s squad showed a sense of togetherness and willingness to work hard for each other.

 

 

The former Rangers star insisted that he saw the complete opposite from the Celtic players who looked listless and some of them seemed to be waiting for the season to end.

 

Foster stressed that he saw no effort or attempt by the Celtic players to try to catch up with Rangers or even close the gap with them.

 

 

The former Rangers star said on the Go Radio Football Show: “They were willing to work for each other, the togetherness, when one player dropped out through injury or suspension, someone came in and was every bit a good replacement.

 

“While at Celtic we saw players who actually looked like they didn’t want to be there, some of them, unfortunately, missed, like James Forrest through injury, and some lost form, which happens in football.

 

 

“But there is a kind of malaise around the whole club and after the turn of the year, they just showed no reaction or no real appetite to catch Rangers at all.”

 

While Rangers are planning ahead under Steven Gerrard, Celtic are yet to bring in a new manager and are still to appoint a new technical director.