“There is always a lot of competition to play when you are at a big club like Celtic so I think this is normal.
“It is good to get a run of games because you get your fitness and your momentum. But it is about the group and the team and it is up to me to make sure that I am ready.”
The Betfred League Cup – the club’s 100th piece of silverware – has already been won and the Hoops are an astonishing 27 points ahead in the Premiership as they head for title number six on the trot.
There have been only three Celtic teams and two Celtic managers – Jock Stein and Martin O’Neill – who have achieved such a feat.
Gamboa, bought from West Brom in August, may not know too much about the history of the club, but he is aware of the prestige involved in claiming the coveted trio.
“It makes more sense for us to look only to what the next game is. If we can do that then maybe there will be lots for us to celebrate, but at the minute we are in the middle of the season.
“It is very important that we do not allow ourselves to think about what might be. We know that it will be hard to win all three competitions, but it would make us a special team.
“To do that, we have to look to every game as it comes and not let our thoughts go too fast.
“Football is a chance to make history and so something special and I feel good to be a part of it.”