Craig Gordon has revealed his confidence in his teammates ahead of a busy second half of the season.
The keeper believes the Bhoys will find a way to win the league as well as go for a historic treble treble.
Gordon thinks his teammates’ experience will give them the edge over the chasing pack, including rivals Rangers.
“For everybody else that is quite exciting.
“Being at Celtic, we are used to that having being up there for a considerable period of time.
“I can only see that benefiting us, we have the knowledge we can compete and get the job done.”
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The Scotland internationalist is keen to hit the ground running after the winter break.
Celtic will be fighting on four fronts after the break and will need to be on their game. Rangers, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock are all waiting on any Celtic slip up in the title race.
The champions have responded to Rangers’ winter signings by making three quality attacking additions.
With their game in hand, Celtic have a joker over their closest rivals. However they know that after defeat to Rangers last month, they need to up their game from now on in.
Gordon’s confidence in his teammates will be welcome news to the Celtic fans. It boasts a good morale around the squad, despite the bitter defeat at Ibrox.
With spirits appearing high, fans are excited to see the new Bhoys make their bows again Airdrie next week.
Thinking of the future
Gordon has also revealed he is thinking of transitioning into management after his career is over. He cited St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright as a former goalie turned manager enjoying success.
Although he is intent on focusing on his playing days first, it is something that Gordon has been thinking of in recent years.
Despite it looking like he was bound for retirement five years ago, Gordon has been almost ever-present at Celtic since then.
His turnaround has been a true success story, he’ll be hoping to add another chapter in the summer.