Frank McAvennie has slaughtered Tom Rogic’s recent displays for Celtic as “terrible”.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the legendary former Hoops striker claimed the Australian’s “touch has gone” in recent weeks.
After missing the beginning of the season amid speculation of a move away, Rogic has featured in Celtic’s last 12 games.
The Hoops have won just three games in that time and succumbed to another defeat in the Europa League against AC Milan on Thursday night.
The 27-year-old opened the scoring at the San Siro with a left-footed strike from outside the box after dispossessing a Milan defender.
However, he was dragged off after 67 minutes and he was also replaced last weekend in their shock Scottish League cup defeat to Ross County.
“Rogic had a terrible game against Ross County,” McAvennie told Football Insider.
“His touch has gone but when you have been out for that long you can go missing. The adrenaline only takes your through so far and he was brilliant in the first few games.
“The whole team has been missing recently. Two wins in four is not good enough for Celtic. Two wins in 10 is a catastrophe.
“You can wrap it up however you want but it is not good enough. The St Johnstone game is massive now.”
Rogic‘s goal against Milan was his first of the season but he has contributed three assists this term.
He laid on two assists against Aberdeen last month in his first Scottish Premiership start of the campaign.