CELTIC’S Number one, Craig Gordon has fired a warning to their SPFL rivals who may think they have the Champions sussed after a lacklustre Christmas period.
In a month where Celtic fell to their first domestic defeat under Brendan Rodgers and then only managed a draw against a poor Ibrox side, many feel that Celtic’s game plan has unravelled slightly.
However, the Celtic stopper believes the players will kick on from the winter break and have renewed vigour in the search for a double treble.
“If they think they have us sussed, well, I’m looking forward to that.” said the Goalkeeper.
“I think it will be a good challenge to come out second half of the season and really push on and be dominant.
“We want to improve our game to make sure that, whatever anyone throws at us, we have the answers.
“We have played a lot of games and we now have this break to get the team back to doing the things we do really well. It’s also tactically about getting wee reminders of how we go about playing, our defensive structure and how we translate that into attack.”