Ronny Deila knows Celtic will have to put in a good shift against Dundee on Saturday if they’re to come away with 3 points.
Celtic were held to a 1-1 draw with Dundee at Dens Park at the end of August and the Celtic managers wants to see much improvement in the result and performance.
“Dundee away was the worst game we have played this year, so we have something to prove after that poor performance.” Said Deila.
He was full of compliments for former Celt Paul Hartley and his Dundee team and knows his team can take nothing for granted at Celtic Park.
“They are a well-organised team and have good togetherness. These are usually the differences between a good and bad side.”
Celtic are top of the league on goal difference at the moment but still have a game in hand against their main league rivals.
James Forrest may start this game as he looks to get back to full fitness. There are no new injury concerns for the Celtic boss at the moment.
Dundee are on a 4 match unbeaten run and will be hoping to make it 5 against Celtic.
Another win will keep the momentum going into the busy Christmas period.