CELTIC new Bhoy Youssouf Mulumbu will remain positive during the international break.
The Congolese midfielder, who signed a two-year deal in August as a free agent, has been on the losing side in both of his starts for the Hoops – against Kilmarnock and RB Salzburg.
He acknowledged: “Celtic are used to winning all the time and then once I signed I haven’t won a game. I don’t want to be a bad sign or bring the team bad luck.”
Mulumbu, 31, who also played for Paris Saint-Germain earlier in his career, has no intention of throwing in the towel. In fact, he is already dreaming of picking up a Premiership winner’s medal at the end of the campaign.
The middle-of-the park enforcer is convinced Brendan Rodgers’ men will be celebrating eight-in-a-row in May.
He said: “There is no worry at all about the league table because once we play Hearts and Hibs, once we beat them, we are going to be on the top. Because we are Celtic and the quality we have in that dressing room. There is no chance that we aren’t going to win anything this season.
”We sense that and it is a direct comparison to how the team has done in the last two seasons.
“If we don’t have those seasons before and we win the league then everybody will be happy.
“The most important thing is the final result and if we win the league we will be happy regardless if it is flat or not.
“Let’s say we expect Celtic to win every single game.”