Neil Lennon is expecting Hearts to have their Hampden heads on when they visit Celtic Park on Sunday.
The Jambos are gearing up for their William Hill Scottish Cup final against Edinburgh rivals Hibernian at the national stadium next week but before that finish their Clydesdale Bank Premier League campaign with a game against the champions, whom they beat in the cup semi-final last month.
Celtic boss Lennon, who will get his hands on the SPL trophy at the end of the game for the first time as a manager, believes it is almost inevitable that the Gorgie players will have one eye on their next trip to Glasgow.
"They have a cup final and it is a huge game," he said. "They are starting to build momentum towards that. For everyone in Edinburgh and for neutrals all round the country, it is a game everyone is looking forward to.
"They will be competitive, I'm sure, but I would imagine the cup is at the forefront of their minds at the minute. Obviously we want to win the game and finish the season with a bit of style but ultimately it's just about the supporters enjoying themselves.
"We will probably go with a strong squad because I think everybody will want to play and finish off the season on the pitch if they can - although I can only play 14."
Lennon reflected on his title-winning achievement which was recently endorsed by one of his Parkhead predecessors, Gordon Strachan.
He said: "The ultimate remit was to win the league. I spoke to Gordon Strachan the other night and he said that it can't be taken away from me - you are a championship-winning manager. So that's something I will cherish and next season and I will try to do it again and again the following year if I am still here."
The former Celtic skipper, though, admits he has long since started to think about preparing for the Champions League qualifiers next season.
He said: "You give yourself about five minutes. I haven't really had much time to think about it because you start to plan for next year. The Champions League qualifiers are really at the forefront of my mind and trying to get players in as quickly as we can, if we can, is imperative for getting things ready for pre-season and those games.