As the majority of Scottish Premiership clubs have now returned to training in preparation for the 2020-21 season, there's no doubt that all eyes will be on Celtic to see if they can keep up their incredible trophy haul.
The big question is, can anyone stop the green and white juggernaut that has torn through Scottish football in the past three seasons, leaving all in their wake?
Neil Lennon's players have been rewriting history over the last couple of seasons, but can they become the first Scottish side to reach the incredible milestone of 10 consecutive league titles this campaign?
As is the case in most seasons, the nearest challengers to Celtic will likely be city rivals Rangers and, looking at both sides, I expect their most experienced campaigners will be pivotal - Gers' Northern Ireland skipper Steven Davis and Bhoys captain Scott Brown.
Both players, who are 35-years-old, have been over the course before and know how important it is for their club to win titles.
Brown started off Celtic's incredible run of nine titles in a row back in 2012 as he skippered the Hoops in current boss Lennon's first spell. They probably didn't expect to be together as they chase their 10th successive Championship, but they are, and Brown's influence on Celtic is still as important now as it was back then.
However, it was only a few years ago that Brown was under real scrutiny from the media and some Celtic fans as his performance levels had dropped below his usual high standards. His fitness didn't look the same as it once was and many wondered if his time at Parkhead was ending.
Cue the arrival of Brendan Rodgers and Brown was completely rejuvenated. He immediately looked as hungry as he'd ever been, he regained his appetite for football and his fitness was where he expected that it should be.
He's spoken many times about the influence Rodgers had on his career at that point and, even though the Ulsterman left, compatriot Lennon is still reaping the rewards of a refreshed Brown. He's continuing to dominate domestic football like a man of his ilk should be even in the twilight of his career.
Brown has always thrived on the pressure of leading Celtic and this coming season will be right up his street. There'll be an expectation on him to drive the team forward with a chance of making history and to be revered in years to come. Knowing Brown, that challenge won't faze him; it will inspire him.
On the other side of the city, fellow veteran Davis will have to help carry a Rangers side that will be desperate to stop Celtic landing that 10th title. Steven Gerrard has already started rebuilding with the capture of Ianis Hagi, but Davis' stature and experience can't be underestimated.
The pressure on the Rangers players and management to stop title No.10 is enormous, so they will have to deal with that scrutiny, and Davis must lead from the front.
He was majestic for Rangers in the first half of last season and was rolling back the years with some fabulous performances. After the winter break, much like Rangers as a team, Davis for some reason couldn't get back to that standard and the side ultimately suffered.
The long, enforced lay-off should have refreshed Davis, and I've no doubt he will savour the challenge of bringing the Scottish Premiership title back to Ibrox.
Brown and Davis may be the golden oldies but their enthusiasm and influence can't be undervalued.
They couldn't be further apart in persona and how they approach games, which makes it even more intriguing to see who comes out on top - it will be box office as always.