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Griffiths praises Celtic pair
In-form Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has praised the form of defensive duo Virgil van Dijk and Jason Denayer.
The Bhoys have not conceded a goal since the turn of the year and Griffiths feels that it owes much to the form of the two central defenders.
"Jason [Denayer] and Virgil [van Dijk] have been in great form," he said to the Glasgow Evening Times.
Deila on dealing with pressure
Ronny Deila says that his Celtic side need to stay grounded, due to the pressures on them when at Parkhead.
The Scottish champions' stature and fan base means that anyone pulling on the famous shirt immediately becomes a big-name player and Deila has admitted that it can be tough to cope with for some of the younger stars in his squad.
"You are a big star at Celtic but you have to understand why you are a big star," he said to the Daily Record. "You have a thousand offers to do different things and you have to choose the right ones."
Deila on Inter game
Ronny Deila is in a positive mood ahead of Celtic's upcoming game with Inter Milan in the Europa League.
The Bhoys go into the contest as underdogs, but Deila feels that his side have a great chance against the Italian outfit, who have struggled in Serie A this campaign.
"Inter are a good team, a big club, with many good players, but after the game I sat with a good feeling. I saw that they are a good team, but we are good as well," Deila told the Belfast Telegraph.
"We can beat Inter Milan."