There is a strange feeling around the Celtic support after the winter transfer window slammed shut last night.

For the first time in a while, many are starting to believe Celtic actually strengthened during the transfer window.

With as many as seven additions, it appears that Celtic attempted to fix the issues within their squad.

Timothy Weah has hit the ground running at Celtic. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Although three of their winter signings won’t appear for the club until next season at the earliest, Celtic did get business done this window.

Oliver Burke, Timothy Weah and Vakoun Issouf Bayo were brought in to help the attack immediately.

Jeremy Toljan beat the window last night and is a much needed addition to the Celtic defence.

Burke has also started his Celtic career brightly. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Although Celtic did get their additions in, three of the four appear to be a short term fix to a long term problem.

Only Bayo was brought in on a permanent basis, with Celtic preferring the loan market this time around.

This hints at a summer clear out and rebuild of the club, something which may not necessarily be a bad thing.

Everything Celtic did this window is geared at winning a treble treble. They cannot be faulted for that.

It appears Rodgers now has the squad he wants for a treble treble tilt. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

Full steam ahead until May

There is no going back now, Brendan Rodgers has the squad at his disposal that can help Celtic make even more history this season.

A treble treble is on the horizon, and a tantalising tie against Valencia awaits this month too.

If Celtic can overcome the Spanish cracks in the Europa League, a fairy tale run may be in the offing.

Although that would be nice, the focus must be on claiming an eight successive title.

Rangers have gone all in on stopping Celtic this season, they must show their rivals in Govan it was all for nothing.

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