Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong has set out a clear goal for what he wants to achieve next season.
Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong may have made a good initial impression at Parkhead, but he has told the club's official website that there are still areas of his game that he wants to improve.
Armstrong moved to Celtic from Dundee United in the January transfer window and has already gone on to establish himself as a regular member of Ronny Deila’s first-team.
The 22-year-old is keen not to rest on his laurels, though, and says that he will be looking to influence games more heavily next season.
"I now have things in my mind that I’d like to improve on and my targets for next season," he said. "When you’re a football player it’s good to have targets to improve and I want to add more goals and be more creative.”
If Armstrong can start adding goals and assists to his game, it would obviously be a major boost for Celtic.
The Bhoys have become the dominant force of Scottish football, with League Cup and Scottish Premiership success toasted this season, and will be looking to continue asserting their authority next term.
Crucial to doing this will be ensuring that they do not stand still, and the perfectionist attitude of certain members of their current squad should be very encouraging.
Armstrong has scored twice during his short time at Celtic this season, so his task will be to push on and get into double figures next year.