SCOTT BROWN is a man on a mission this season as he attempts to lead Celtic to victory in EVERY game.
The matchwinner against Dundee yesterday revealed he was simply happy his team took maximum points before the international break.
He said: “It’s still a league match and still huge for us. We wanted to continue our league form and keep playing well, especially after the 3-3 draw against Manchester City on Wednesday.
“Dundee gave us a good game. It’s always hard, they fought and created a couple of chances, but yet again we created a couple more and I was lucky enough to get on the scoresheet.

“It was my first of the season in the league, so, hopefully, there are a couple more this season, but at the end of the day it doesn’t really matter to me who scores the goals, as long as we get three points on the board and get the performance.

“I’m learning from the manager and his tactical discipline, rather than just running about and tackling people. From this season to last season, it has been night and day for everyone and to get a good pre-season under my belt has been the main thing.

“We’re still working on our high, intensive press from start to finish, but we’re getting fitter as the games go on and the rest will do us the world of good.

“Going away with Scotland and training 10 days and doing double sessions here and there, I enjoyed it and loved every single moment, especially with Gordon Strachan, but for my body and legs I needed to call time and now it seems to be working for me.

“Every couple of months I’m getting a couple of days off here and there and the gaffer is looking out for me as well to make sure I’m ticking over.”

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