NEIL LENNON told CelticTV after the disappointing draw at Kilmarnock that the club were ‘working away’ on a few things with regards to transfers.
With Celtic having no joy in the second half, the bench looked void of game-changing players and even with a formation change, it was the same old story.
Celtic need to be versatile and have players who are built to dig in during games like Kilmarnock when nothing is going our way.
The Irishman didn’t mention any names but confirmed the club is active on a couple of fronts at least trying to add depth as well as quality to his squad:
“We are working away on a few things.
“The squad is a little bit light compared to what it was at the end of last season, so I would say we are looking to bring a couple of bodies in.”
Celtic take on St Mitten on Wednesday night in Paisley, followed by a tie against Aberdeen at Parkhead on Saturday. They can’t afford to drop any more points at the moment as they look to make history this season. A congested fixture list means we need to continue to dig out results or face falling well behind.