Neil Lennon is looking forward to Celtic finishing January with a stronger squad as the Hoops ended the weekend five points clear at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Neil Lennon may soon be teased by his players about his part in Celtic’s calamity at Clyde but Callum McGregor wants no repeat cup shock against the Bully Wee next month.
Leigh Griffiths’ first goal in over five months helped Celtic see off Partick Thistle in their William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round tie in Maryhill.
Callum McGregor believes Celtic achieved their three main goals in the first half of the season.
Another decade of Scottish football came to an end with this weekend’s fixtures.
Callum McGregor will be glad to see Odsonne Edouard take his place in Celtic’s attack for the start of Sunday’s Old Firm game at Parkhead.
Celtic remain five points clear of Rangers at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership following their 2-1 win over St Mirren in Paisley.
Callum McGregor insists that whoever Celtic field in their Europa League dead rubber against Cluj on Thursday will be “defending the badge and the club.”
Callum McGregor insists Celtic have the fire power to shoot down Rangers even if Odsonne Edouard is forced to sit out Sunday’s Betfred Cup final.