By Amir Mir
Brendan Rodgers has warned his Celtic players that he wants no slip-ups before the international break as they take on Inverness on Saturday afternoon.
The Scottish Champions have won nine out of their ten league games this season, dropping their only points against Caley Thistle in September.
Nonetheless, that has not stopped the Bhoys from opening up a commanding lead at the top of the SPL table, with their haul of 28 points from ten games giving them a nine-point advantage over Rangers.
Northern Irishman Rodgers clearly wants his Glasgow side to maintain their focus and form ahead of the weekend clash.
“Really happy with how players are improving and want to ensure there are no slip-ups before the international break,” said Rodgers, as quoted by the club’s official Twitter account.
BR: "Really happy with how players are improving and want to ensure there are no slip-ups before the international break." (MH)
— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) November 3, 2016
The Bhoys picked up a valuable point against Bundesliga giants Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday night, as they drew 1-1 in their Champions League group game in Germany.
Despite that point Rodgers side still remain bottom of Group C with two points from four games, as they will host La Liga giants Barcelona, who lead the group with nine points, on November 23.
But, before that the Glasgow giants will be looking to gain revenge against Richie Foran’s side, who are sixth in the table with 14 points from 12 games.
In other Celtic team news, left-back Kieran Tierney has provided supporters with a fitness update to the ankle injury he suffered.