Celtic star Stefan Johansen has revealed what he thinks are the benefits of Ronny Deila's current style at the club.
Johansen has given his thoughts ahead of the SPL game against Partick this week and feels there are improvements developing under the current boss.
“I said when the gaffer first came here last summer that it would take time but now we are getting better and better. We are creating more chances and we are playing more the way the gaffer wants us to play,” said Johansen.
The comments are encouraging for a variety of reasons but most notably because they show cohesion and unity in terms of the philosophy that Deila is trying to get across to his team.
It would have been disastrous in relation to Celtic’s chances of silverware on multiple fronts this season, if the players were confused and didn’t understand the way that Deila wanted the team to play.
However, they appear in sync and creating chances frequently, which give them the opportunity to win big games.
Johansen has also stressed a common sense approach in the way the team is approaching their fixtures at the moment and he’s right to suggest the Bhoys shouldn’t be looking too far ahead.
The best approach with only a few months left to go in the season is one match at a time and taking each game on its merits.
That should make it easier for the team to handle multiple competitions and also for the manager in terms of implementing any slight changes he feels are necessary.