“However long the run lasts doesn’t matter just now. All we care about is coming out of every game with three points. Everyone wants to play, everyone believes that we are building something special.
“No matter who we are playing against, it doesn’t matter; we want to set the tone for the game and we want to score goals.”
Celtic’s December stretches to a run of nine games, culminating in a trip to Ibrox before the curtain comes down for a three-week break.
By that stage, the Hoops will have played 44 games from the beginning of the summer and Brown has been a mainstay in the side throughout that run.
The dynamic captain added: “We played against Barcelona, the best team in the world, and created chances here at Celtic Park, so it is all about going and trying to play to our maximum for 90 minutes and press high up the park as we usually do.
“I think we have all shown that there is still people out there taking notice of Scottish football. I do think that us getting into the Champions League also keeps us on the map.
“That is why it is so important for us as a club to be striving to get in there every season.
“The game against Borussia Monchengladbach was one we weren’t happy with. We were favourites going into that one, but it didn’t happen and we found it hard. But this is all the things that we want to learn from.
“If we can do that, then I think we will expect even more of ourselves next season again.”