Dedryck Boyata aims to seal historic Celtic treble against Motherwell
Last Updated: 18/05/18 7:41am
Dedryck Boyata is expecting a tough test from Motherwell in the Scottish Cup final on Saturday as Celtic look to a seal a historic back-to-back treble.
The Hoops are looking for an unprecedented successive domestic treble at Hampden Park against Motherwell, live on Sky Sports Football, who they beat 2-0 in the Betfred Cup final earlier in the season.
Boyata, who is still in talks with the club about a contract extension, is looking for the Hoops to make history against The Steelmen, who are looking to win the competition for only the third time in their history and for the first time since 1991.
The 27-year-old Belgium defender, said: "We have the possibility to do the treble again which will go down in history because it has never been done before so it is something we can look forward to but we know it is not going to be easy, it is going to be very hard.
"Motherwell are going to be ready for this game, they are going to be physical.
"It is a great thing for us but it could be an even greater thing for them.
"We won the treble last season which was very difficult. We knew it would be very difficult to do exactly the same but we still have the chance to win the treble and make history and as a player you want to be part of the history.
"If we manage to do it it will be a great achievement for all of us."