RONNY DEILA has warned his players there is still much work to be done as Celtic chase their fifth successive Premiership crown.
The Hoops are six points ahead of Aberdeen as they prepare for the meeting with the Dons at Pittodrie a week on Wednesday.
Deila, satisfied with the 3-1 win over St Johnstone at the weekend, said: “It’s always important to win games, but this isn’t finished now, it’s finished in May.
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“There are many, many games left to play. We have to keep producing performances and train well, like we have done lately.
“We have players getting back from injury. Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew are training and looking sharper.
“It’s going to be a hard competition, but we need that tempo and competition to get the best out of it.
“You can see much more sharpness in the team now. We are developing every day.”
Deila handed Ryan Christie his first appearance in the closing stages after the former Inverness Caley Thistle midfielder recovered from a knee injury.
The Norwegian added: “He has been training for three to four weeks, so it was good to give him the debut.
“He is a talented boy and he is going to be here for many years.”