Celtic captain Scott Brown believes that other teams in the Scottish Premiership will find it tough to catch them.
The Bhoys went six points clear at the top of the league table with a comprehensive 4-1 victory over St. Mirren at Celtic Park on Sunday.
Midfielder Brown himself scored twice in the match and has claimed that it will be difficult for the rest of the league to keep up the pace.
Celtic captain Scott Brown speaking after today's win: "It was an over all good game and I was happy to get three points." (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) December 14, 2014
SB: "On this form it will be hard for people to catch us. Europe is different but we need to concentrate on the league." (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) December 14, 2014
Brown, though, was not entirely happy with the win against St. Mirren, pointing out that Celtic should have kept a clean sheet.
SB: "We attacked well today but we were a little disappointed with the goal we lost but we will learn from that." (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) December 14, 2014
SB: "The good thing is we are creating chances. If you do that then people will eventually score the goals." (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) December 14, 2014
Celtic currently have 38 points from 16 matches, while Inverness Caledonian Thistle are second with 32 points.