DEFIANT Scott Brown insists Celtic can STILL win their tenth successive title.
The Hoops’ 35-year-old captain is adamant the team’s “positivity” can see them overcome the 21-point gap and get them over the finishing line in pole position yet again.
The champions have three games in hand and they will utilise the first of them against Livingston in West Lothian tomorrow night at a ground where they have failed to win in their past three visits.
However, Brown, who was among the 13 players forced into quarantine who missed the draws against Hibs and Livi, is convinced Neil Lennon’s men can turn things around in spectacular fashion.
The midfield powerhouse, speaking to BBC Scotland, said: “We always have the faith.
“We’ve always got that positivity. We know that we can keep winning games and that’s what we have to do to put pressure on our rivals.”
Asked if winning title No.10 is achievable, Brown answered: “Yeah, I don’t see why not. We believe that it is, but we need to make sure we win every single game now.”
The former Scotland international added: “Isolation was hard, seeing the lads playing and not everyone being able to help them out.
“But we’re still there, we’re still trying. We still believe we’re a fantastic team, but we just need to make sure we keep showing it in games.”