SCOTT SINCLAIR has vowed to keep pushing Celtic all the way in a historic season for the Hoops.
The Englishman netted two goals in the 4-0 win over Hearts yesterday as Brendan Rodgers’ men took their unbeaten domestic run to 27 games – one better than Jock Stein’s Lisbon Lions in season 1966/67.
Now the exciting raider and his team-mates want to keep on winning and stretching that sequence until the end of the season.
Sinclair said: “It’s massive. It’s a great achievement for the players and the manager and it shows how hard we’ve been working.
“The work doesn’t stop there. We keep on going.
“We’ve just got to take each game as it comes as that’s what we’ve been doing and it’s worked so far.
“We take it step by step and try to continue this run.
“Throughout the whole squad everyone is so hungry. Even guys coming off the bench are hungry. Look at Dedryck Boyata and see his qualities. Patrick Roberts, too.
“There are so many players who are hungry and give their all and that’s a great quality to have.”
Sinclair started the game through the middle in the absence of 33-goal men Moussa Dembele and Leigh Griffiths, who were both sidelined through injury.
However, he flourished when he moved out wide on the left to link up again with Kieran Tierney, a player he believes will eventually play for one of the top clubs on the continent.
The former Manchester City and Aston Villa star added: “He’s a great young player and, rightly, got the Man of the Match award after his display against Hearts.
“He’s getting tons of experience playing every week and having that enjoyment playing and getting forward to show his quality.
“Loads of clubs around Europe will be after him. He’s a guy who wants to learn and gives 100 per cent in training. That’s great to see.”