Boss Brendan Rodgers has been pleased with the progress Celtic have made since his arrival at the club during the summer.
The Hoops have made a strong start to the domestic campaign, winning 10 and drawing one of their opening 11 Scottish Premiership games, while they also face a League Cup final against Aberdeen later this month.
The Bhoys have scored 42 goals in their 14 domestic matches to date this term and have also kept six consecutive clean sheets.
Rodgers is pleased by how his side have adapted to his methods since his arrival. “The team now understand how we want to work and we have a philosophy here in terms of defending, and you can see that in the players and their intensity,” Rodgers said in the Celtic View.
The former Liverpool boss is expecting further improvements from his side after the international break, insisting that the team are fully focused on prolonging their fine start to the campaign.
He added: “It’s very early but we’re only focusing on ourselves, our own improvements and our own game. If we do that then we can be a real threat.”
Celtic take on Kilmarnock in their next league match at Rugby Park on November 18 and they are priced at 1.17 to win. Killie are on offer at 17.00 and the draw is priced at 6.50.