BRENDAN RODGERS has been speaking ahead of his side’s visit to Dens Park tomorrow.
The Celtic manager has been very happy with his players on the domestic front the past three games in particular.
Celtic have scored 13 goals in just three domestic games and are looking like a side on a mission again.
“I always felt from the summer we were still to get going. If you look at the performances of late in terms of fluency and intensity it’s much more like us.”
On the topic of his midweek opponents the Celtic gaffer, the Irishman expressed his disappointment at Neil McCann’s sacking.
“It’s been a difficult start for them. I admired what Neil was trying to do. They don’t have the biggest budget, so you go try to go about it a different way. I was disappointed for him as I was impressed with how he tried to get the team to play.”
McCann was sacked after a run of very bad results and had reportedly turned the Dundee dressing room toxic.
Jim McIntyre has taken over the reigns at Dens Park as they look to get out of their current predicament.
Celtic go there knowing a win will keep them in touch with Hearts at the top of the SPFL table.