Celtic boss Ronny Deila has warned rivals that his team is only starting to get into their stride ahead of the run-in.
The Hoops play Ross County on Sunday in the League Cup semi-final and Deila is hopeful of emulating what he achieved last year by the leading the Scottish champions to Cup success.
Celtic have found form with 18 goals in their last four games and Deila says the best is still yet to come.
The Hoops have added Eric Sviatchenko to their squad in January and Deila says he won’t mind if there aren’t any more new faces coming through the door.
Meanwhile, Ross County boss Jim McIntrye spoke of his delight at having Liam Boyce back available to him in the squad.
Boyce has been sidelined with a broken hand which he suffered during their 3-2 win over Kilmarnock.
The striker has been in scintillating form for the Staggies woth 17 goals in 24 games and McIntyre says it would be “crazy” not to consider him.
Ross County famously upset the odds against Celtic in 2010 to seal their place in the final of the Scottish Cup but McIntyre says they won’t be paying any attention to that.