FORMER Celtic midfielder Graham Carey has told his Ross County team-mates to have no fear when they take on the champions in Dingwall on Saturday.
Carey, who quit the Hoops for St Mirren in 2011, said: “We’ve played well against teams in the top half of the league and we’re confident for this game, especially after our result at Parkhead.
“We got a point in a goalless draw and if we play like that again there’s no reason why we can’t get a good result.
“When we play against teams such as Celtic, there is obviously a massive incentive to do well.
“It would give us a platform to compete with teams around us and show we haven’t given up.
“We’re fairly confident of getting a favourable result.
“If we keep the same shape and work-rate as we did at Parkhead, then there’s no reason we can’t do the same again.”