Celtic wants to make record

Celtic are looking to equal a 50-year old record for the longest unbeaten run.

To achieve this, they will need to avoid defeat for another match. This is why their next game against St Johnstone might prove to be crucial for them.

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said that he had not paid any particular attention to this record and that he is more focused on winning games. He admitted that it would be a great joy for him to help the current Celtic team emulate a team that has brought so much pride in the past.

He said that St Johnstone will be a tough game and that they will need to be at their best if they want to get a result from the game. He said that St Johnstone has some good players and that they have had some great results in the league so far.

At the moment his job is to make sure that Celtic continue their winning streak and that they remain consistent in the title run.

Brendan Rodgers said that he is pleased with his players and that they are giving their best on the pitch in order to win games. He said that there is a wonderful atmosphere in the dressing room and that there is a great team spirit.

However, he admits that the club needs to progress if they want to win the title and also challenge for European glory. He said that they have had a good season so far and that there is no reason why things should change if the players continue to work hard in training.

He has asked fans to remain behind the team as they will need their support in the final games of the season where legs began to tire a little.