The Bhoys captain has been previewing Sunday's top-of-the-table clash with Aberdeen.
The Bhoys host Aberdeen in a top-of-the-table Scottish Premiership clash this Sunday afternoon and are three points above Derek McInnes' men with a game in hand over the Dons.
As such, a win for Celtic this weekend would put them in an extremely strong position in the title race.
Skipper Brown, though, says the Scottish champions are taking Aberdeen's challenge seriously. But he has warned that the options at Celtic's disposal within Deila's squad give them a huge advantage ahead of the final run-in.
SB on title challenge from Aberdeen: "We are taking it seriously and it will be hard for us. Aberdeen are doing really well." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) February 27, 2015
SB: "But look in that dressing room and we can change it up, we have pace and all different kinds of players - we have a great squad." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) February 27, 2015
SB: "We still have a lot more to give on the park and you will see that in the rest of the season." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) February 27, 2015
Away from the league, the Hoops are also in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals and Scottish League Cup final.
They no longer have the welcome distraction of the Europa League, however, following Thursday night's exit at the hands of Serie A outfit Inter Milan.
Aberdeen are Celtic's sole focus for now, with McInnes' side taking to Celtic Park at 12pm British Time on Sunday afternoon, before the Bhoys host St Johnstone the following Wednesday night.