Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said that he is proud of his players after they equaled a record for being unbeaten. This is a record that is held by the legendary Lisbon Lion in 1967.
Brendan Rodgers said that this is a proof that the side is improving and that they have managed to equal a record that is so hard to achieve. He stated that he is so proud of his players and that they have worked hard to achieve this.
He said that the record shows the character that the players have and also the desire to win games. He said that the match against St Johnstone was not easy and that they had to fight for every ball in order to win the game.
Rodgers said that the Lisbon Lion are a legendary team and that they have achieved a lot at Celtic. He said that equaling a record set by this team is a major achievement and that each player should be proud of themselves.
However, he admitted that this is not the end and that the players should continue to work hard if they want to win trophies. He said that his objective is to make Celtic the dominant force in the Scottish League and that he also wants them to improve on the European scene.
He believes that this can only be achieved by hard work and that the players should be ready to give their best on the training ground if they want to win trophies.
He added that the team would be looking to strengthen during the summer as they are looking to build a team that will allow them to go further in the Champions League. He believes that Celtic has the potential and that the players need to believe in themselves if they want to improve.