'We need to keep improving' - Sinclair makes Celtic claim
By James Black
Celtic star Scott Sinclair believes the Scottish champions can still get better after breaking a century-old British record.
The Hoops’ 4-0 win over St. Johnstone was their 63rd consecutive domestic game without defeat as Brendan Rodgers’ side continued their relentless march towards the Scottish Premiership title.
The Parkhead side have a two-week break from domestic duties over the international break but 28-year-old winger Sinclair insists his team-mates need to keep pushing on and breaking their own record.
“We need to keep improving, not get complacent and keep moving in the right direction,” Sinclair said, as quoted by Celtic’s official website.
“It is down to us taking every game as it comes.
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“That’s what we’ve done.
“We really have just looked at things game by game.
Sinclair has been a revelation for the Hoops since moving north from Aston Villa.
The former Man City youngster has scored 36 times in 91 appearances for Celtic as he has taken his game to a new level in Scotland.
Sinclair has also been an important player for the Glasgow giants in their Champions League campaign this season despite already being knocked out of the tournament.
The Hoops can still secure a spot in the Europa League after Christmas if they can remain above Anderlecht in their group and finish in third place.
In other Rangers news, this 56-year-old is open to talks with the Gers after they made an approach.