The 20-year-old footballer is part of a generation of followers who are used to winning everything in Scottish football.
Having won the last eight Scottish Premier League titles in a row, and with three consecutive treble treble, Celtic is the most successful team in Scotland right now.
This means there is a generation of fans who have only know success at the club.
And 20-year-old footballer Mikey Johnston admits he’s one of those supporters.
“I probably do fall into that category, but it’s brilliant to be part of it,” he told the club’s official website.
“And I think it’s even more important for people my age and younger to really try to take all of this in.”
“I don’t think we, the team, the fans, anyone, will properly appreciate what Celtic have achieved these last few years until years to come,” he added.
“It’s such a special time for the club, we’ve just got to drink it all in.”
“Big Odsonne is phenomenal, and he certainly showed that – by winning a penalty, having the composure to score it under pressure, and then what about that finish for the second? He’s too good!” he explained.
“I found out I’d be in the team the night before.”
“I was more excited than nervous, to be fair, and it’s such a good feeling to win here at Hampden,” he said.
“To win the game, the cup, and the Treble Treble, that’s incredible!”
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) May 27, 2019