NEIL LENNON has given Celtic’s rivals a timely reminder that he has half a team to work with and even some of the players who have created that ten point gap aren’t currently at their best.
Speaking after a pulsating and dramatic end to the win at Dens Park where it took until the 95th minute for Celtic to secure all three points, the interim Celtic manager was clear to point out that Celtic are only going to get stronger.
Speaking to CelticTV, Neil Lennon said: “Cal’s been out for three weeks and plays 90 minutes, which we didn’t plan on doing. He was great. Filip comes on for Kris too and that gives me a lot of encouragement.”
“Next, we get Ntcham back, we get Rogic, Dedryck, and things are starting to look stronger again.”
Celtic have had an unprecedented amount of injuries this season with the bhoys missing at least three or four key men at one time. If Celtic can get most of the team fit for the run in then all bets are off on how many points Celtic can wrap up.
With two weeks until the Glasgow Derby the game might come too soon for the players Lenny mentioned but if one or two are ready, it can only aid Celtic’s efforts.