VIRGIL VAN DIJK insists Celtic must forget about the controversial Scottish Cup exit and make winning a fourth successive title the priority.
The Dutch central defender, who netted an outstanding free-kick goal in the 3-2 defeat against Caley Thistle, says it’s now in the past.
Van Dijk wants the Hoops to build on their five-point lead over Aberdeen at the top of the SPFL and said: “We lost and we’re very disappointed.
“We gave everything. With ten men, we kept on fighting, we had enough quality to create a goal, but, unfortunately, it wasn’t enough.
It’s very disappointing, of course, but we need to move on. On Wednesday, we play Dundee away so that’s a big game.
“We need to be ready for that, but first we need to recover.
“Everybody is down, but we are professionals and we need to focus on Dundee.”