STEFAN JOHANSEN has promised Celtic fans the club WILL win the league and Cup double – and he intends to play his part.
The Norwegian international midfielder has struggled this season to match his performances of last year, but he has vowed to come good in the crucial run-in to the campaign.
Johansen, who was left out of the side that overcame Kilmarnock 1-0, said: “We are going to get those two trophies. We have decided to do that. Now we are going to play every game like a cup final.
“I trained for fully three to four days last week and was available for Saturday’s game. This week, I have trained with the national team and everything is as it should be.
“I was sorry to get an injury a few weeks ago because I was really getting stronger.
“As I have said before, I am dissatisfied with the way I was playing in the autumn.
“But in recent months I have felt my rhythm is better and that my body is good. I’m not worried about form.”