RONNY DEILA is demanding a united front as Celtic prepare for the run-in to the Double.
He said: “We need to do this together. I have nothing to say about the fans. They have supported us. They will support us if they see energy and desire out on the pitch. That’s what we have to get back.
“That gives the fans energy. We know we are very strong together.
“Everybody in the club knows what situation we are in and how we are performing. There’s pressure on everybody. Everybody is also quite experienced and knows how to do it.
“Now we have to show how we turn it around.”
Deila admitted that the situation he finds himself in is now “critical.”
He added: “I don’t fear anything, but I’m aware of the situation and that it’s critical.
“You always talk about results while I look at performances and the performances are not good enough right now.
“That’s worrying me, that’s irritating me and that’s where we have to raise the level.
“Then if the opponent is better then you can accept it, but right now we are not at the level we want to be at.
“There is pressure all the time and when the performance are as badly as we’re doing now, of course, there is pressure.
“But lately we haven’t played at the level we’ve wanted. It’s small details that we have to do better. I know we’re going to get there, it’s just about turning it around as quickly as possible.