Celtic manager Neil Lennon believes the team's recent achievements should not be forgotten that easily ahead of the Scottish Cup semifinal.
However, Lennon believes that his charges will bounce back regardless of the results and remains hopeful they will secure their tenth successive title.
“It is weird having to play a competition from last season but we are looking forward to it,” he said before the Hampden Park tie.
“It is a testament to the players’ consistency that we are in another semi-final and we have earned the right to be in the semi-final.
“No other club has done what these players have done in the past three or four years and that shouldn’t be ignored.
“It was a stellar season last season. We won 26 out of 30 league games. We were banging in goals left, right and centre, keeping clean sheets.
“We know the opposition because we just had a good look at them at the weekend. It is a game we are very much looking forward to.”