Celtic manager Neil Lennon focused on his team's success after he was attacked by a fan in the 3-0 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
After Gary Hooper scored his second goal in the 49th minute, a supporter came out of the main stand and made straight for Lennon, sparking a fracas which also involved first-team coach Alan Thompson, police and stewards.
The intruder was marched up the tunnel by police and arrested, but Scottish Football Association chief executive Stewart Regan and his Scottish Premier League counterpart Neil Doncaster will meet on Thursday to discuss how the incident was allowed to occur, while Hearts have opened a full investigation.
However, Lennon preferred to heap praise on his team for keeping their Clydesdale Bank Premier League title dream alive with one match remaining.
Late on Wednesday night, the Celtic boss wrote on his Twitter page: "Don't let what happened to me tonight take the shine off a wonderful team performance. I don't walk alone."