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23/11/2016 - 15:03 GMT

We Are Relentless In Premiership – Celtic Star Delights At Imperious Bhoys

 




Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong has revealed that that his side’s consistent approach towards each game in terms of their preparation is the reason behind their imperious form in the league.

The Scottish champions, who are unbeaten in the league this season, are aiming to win their sixth Premiership title in a row and very few would bet against Brendan Rodgers’ side at the moment given their form in the league.




Celtic have dropped just two points this season in the league, winning eleven of their 12 league games and swatted aside the notion of Rangers competing with them with a 5-1 win over their Glasgow rivals in September.

Armstrong admits that the Bhoys have looked imperious in the league this term and believes their consistent approach towards each game and their preparation have been the cornerstones of their success this season.

 


The midfielder told Celtic TV: “We have been relentless in the league.  

“We are looking at every game as an opportunity and our approach and preparations are the same.

“Our performances have been great and long it may continue.”


With a Champions League group game and the Scottish League Cup final being their next two games, Celtic will return to league action with a trip to Motherwell on Saturday, 3rd December.