Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong believes that the club are making progress in Europe.
The Hoops have came in for some criticism following the midweek 7-1 Champions League defeat to PSG.
However, the 25-year-old is of the opinion that Celtic’s performances this season against Anderlecht in Belgium and Bayern Munich in Glasgow have shown that the Bhoys are getting there under Brendan Rodgers,
Speaking to the Scottish Sun, the man who scored 17 goals last season said: “Brendan Rodgers has shown what a quality manager he is for the past 18 months.
“This season we’ve had three tough qualifying games against teams just desperate to get to the Champions League.”
He continued: “It’s hard even to get there. If you take the PSG results out of it, the home game against Bayern Munich, and the great win at Anderlecht shows that we are making strides.”
The Hoops are still in a great position to clinch European football after Christmas.
They currently sit in third place in their Champions League group, three points ahead of Anderlecht with the teams set to play each other at Celtic Park next month.
Armstrong didn’t play against PSG in midweek but is set for a recall in tomorrow’s Betfred Cup Final against Motherwell at Hampden Park.
In other Celtic news, Brendan Rodgers is confident Celtic can play their natural game at Hampden Park tomorrow