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Stokes on Lustig
Mikael Lustig may have scored twice for Celtic last night, but Anthony Stokes says that he was 'devastated' that his teammate didn't get to keep the match ball.
Lustig played a huge part in the Bhoys' 4-0 win over Motherwell, but the fact he didn't get a hat-trick was a disappointment to Stokes.
“I was devastated for Mikael that he didn’t get the hat-trick," he told the club's official site. "But he came on, played well, been solid at the back and he’s scored two great goals – particularly his second one."
Griffiths wants to stay
Leigh Griffiths says that he has no intentions of leaving Celtic, despite a lack of first-team opportunity this season.
Griffiths had been linked with an exit from Parkhead by the Daily Record in recent times, but he insists that the thought of joining another club hasn't even crossed his mind.
“It was never in my mind to leave," he said to the Daily Record. "I had a chat with the manager and told him I didn’t want to go anywhere.
“I know there was speculation in the papers but this is the club for me and I don’t want to go anywhere else. I love everything about the place."
Deila reveals priorities
Ronny Deila says that the Scottish Premiership is most important competition that Celtic are playing in this season.
The Bhoys may have a League Cup game against rivals Rangers on the horizon, but Deila doesn't want his side to get distracted from their main goal.
"The league is the most important thing, much more important than the League Cup and the Scottish Cup," he said to the Scottish Evening Times.