SCOTTY SINCLAIR is convinced Celtic can repeat their remarkable unbeaten domestic season.

Brendan Rodgers’ side won the treble winning 43 of their 47 games with the other four ending in draws.
When asked if the Hoops could stage an action replay, the 25-goal attacker said: “I’d like to think so.
“I think everyone will try to beat us. Because we went unbeaten last year, everyone will be coming out the blocks and ready to stop our unbeaten run.
“I think we’re much stronger. Last season, game by game, we improved dramatically from the start to finish.”We started off very well and we finished off even stronger.

“I’m sure Aberdeen will be up there and I’m sure every team will be trying to win.”

Rodgers’ players are back in training with Champions League qualifiers on the horizon, having reached the group stage last term.

Sinclair added: “No matter who we play, it’s going to be a difficult game, so we just have to keep the mentality, the character and not underestimate any team going into it.

“To all the fans, they would love to see us in Europe again and playing on the Tuesday and Wednesday nights.

“The main thing is to get into the group stages. Once we do that, then we can talk about how far we want to take it.

“The season we had, we want to go through to the group stages and we want to progress from there.

“That’s what we head towards and that’s what we need to achieve.”

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