CRAIG GORDON insists Celtic should not treat tomorrow’s fourth successive clash against Dundee United as anything special.
The 32-year-old comeback keeper said: “We just have to try and treat it as any other game, a one-off.
“We know all the players very well now, but if we want to get to where we want to go we have to take each game as it comes and deal with it.

“We’ve settled on a style of play and a formation now that we have been playing for quite a while and it seems to be working in terms of defence and attack, so I can’t see us changing too much.
“As long as it continues, we’ll keep playing it that way. We just want to get on and play football and try to win the games.
“We’ve come this far and we’re still talking about the possibilities. It’s up to us now to see if we can finish that off.
“Disappointment is still possible and that’s what we have to guard against. We want to win as many, if not ALL, the games, between now and the end of the season. Obviously, that’s a difficult thing to do.

“We still have to be wary in the league. It’s still reasonably close and there are still a lot of points to be played for. And if we want to win another Cup there are another two games we have to win there.

“It’s still a difficult task, but the fact that we’re still talking about it and still have that possibility shows that we’ve given ourselves a good shot at it.”

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