CRAIG GORDON has told the rest of Scottish football there is a lot more to come from Celtic under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers.
The champions will attempt to stretch their unbeaten domestic run to a fantastic FORTY when they take on Ross County in Dingwall this afternoon.
International keeper Gordon insisted: “We can still improve and we’re looking to improve. We watch videos after every game looking to see where we can do things better.
“We look at what works, but also the other side of it, to improve on the things we haven’t done so well.
“The manager leads most of the meetings. He likes to talk about the things we’ve done well and how we’ve managed to win the game.
“It’s nice to see the plans we put in place during the week come off.
“But if things don’t go well then we discuss that, too. He always wants us to improve.
“You can see from the way we play that we’re working really hard to make sure we’re not letting each other down. The spirit’s brilliant.”
The Hoops warmed up for their trip to Dingwall with an open training session in front of 15,000 fans at Celtic Park on Friday.
And Gordon admitted: “It adds a bit to the session. You don’t want to let yourselves down in front of the fans, so it was an intense session and good preparation.
“The fans are delighted with the way things are going. You can see that from the turn-out at the open day.”
Gordon added: “I’m more of a quarter-back than a goalie now. It has changed the way my team-mates look at me.
“They now know they can play a one-two if they’re in trouble. I’m another option.”