By John Reid
Celtic assistant manager Chris Davies believes that the upcoming match against Ross County is as important as any other Celtic match this month.
The game may not be as high profile as the upcoming Champions League match against PSG or the Betfred Cup Final against but for Davies it is of equal merit.
Talking to Celtic’s official website, Davies said “Playing for Celtic brings an expectation in every game, regardless of whether there’s a record or not, so that won’t affect us in any way.
He continued: “It’s about performing, focusing on the game and the game-plan.
“That mentality is ultimately set by the manager and the culture he has established. That’s allowed us to change players and different players have game-time and perform at a high level.
“All the players in the squad are valued and feel valued by the manager and the staff.”
The record Davies is referring to is the new British domestic record of 63 games undefeated, set by Celtic in their 4-0 victory over St Johnstone.
Celtic face a run of 13 games between tomorrow and the 30th of December.
Aside from the aforementioned trip to Paris and Betfred Cup Final other games of note include the final Champions League group game against Anderlecht, two league games against Motherwell in three days and a game against Rangers at Celtic Park.
In other Celtic news, Patrick Roberts and Jozo Simunovic have returned to full training