MOUSSA DEMBELE is aiming for a clean sweep of domestic honours in his debut season for Celtic.
Brendan Rodgers’ side travel to face Ross County in Dingwall tonight determined to extend their four-point lead in the Premiership following booking their place in the Betfred League Cup Final against Aberdeen on November 27.
The 14-goal French Under-21 international striker said: “We have a few big games before the Final and a lot to focus on.
“The reason I joined Celtic is because it’s a winning club, which is used to winning trophies and that’s what I want to do as a football player and now I have that chance.
“But, first of all, we have 90 minutes against Ross County. It will be a good game where we will have to give 100 per cent and make sure we are ready to fight as we need to focus on all the other games we have first.
“We have to make sure we stay unbeaten and keep winning games in the league because we want to win everything, home or away, and all the domestic cups.
“The game at Hampden on Sunday has gone and now we have to think about the future and make sure we are ready for Ross County.”
* Moussa Dembele was talking to The Celtic View, on sale now.