A relaunched Ibrox club is set to play in the lower leagues with the Scottish Football League clubs meeting next Friday to decided on whether it is to be in the First Division or Third Division.
Without the traditional challenge from its Old Firm rival, Celtic is overwhelming favourite to retain its SPL title next season and, ahead of the pre-season trip to
Asked if his attention will now be more on
"We're preparing as best we can from Monday. We go away on Sunday for a 10-day training camp and we'll be working very hard to get the players up to speed.
"These games come very, very quickly and are always fraught with danger. But
Lennon is still contemplating replacing first-team coach
"I'm debating that at the minute with the other guys at the club," said the Northern Irishman.
"At the minute we'll go with what we have.
"We're always looking to improve. I've been away trying to improve myself over the summer.
"I went to
"Johann (Mjallby, assistant) has been away doing stuff. It's just natural progression and keeping everyone singing from the same hymn sheet.
"But I'm open, I've got a few people in mind or I might just go with what I've got."
Scottish Premier League
Sheffield United has made an approach to Motherwell for permission to hold talks with Stuart McCall over its managerial vacancy.