Celtic have lost their fear factor insists Hibernian striker Florian Kamberi after yesterday’s 2-0 defeat.
Brendan Rodgers side lost the chance to snatch back top spot in the table after going down 2-0 at Easter Road.
Neil Lennon’s revitalised side scored twice with no reply as the Hoops lost their second game in a row.
The Hibees forward believes teams are no longer fearful of facing the Scottish champions home or away.
He said: “If you look at them as a club, team and players, Celtic are of course the favourites to win the league. But being favourite doesn’t mean anything – it’s the performance on the pitch that is relevant.
“If you look at past years and how Celtic were then they are definitely the favourites – but nobody has to be scared of them.
“I haven’t played against Rangers yet but they’re on a good run, Kilmarnock are too. Everything is possible because everything is tight.
“It’s always special to score against them. A few wins and we could be back up there.
“It’s not like Celtic are dominating the whole league and nobody cares about the others. Anything could happen, everybody can beat everybody.”