Celtic midfielder Tom Rogic has told the club's official website that the mood in the dressing room is positive, despite a slow start of the campaign.
The Bhoys are trailing Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership standing, but their 6-0 win against Dundee in their most recent outing suggests that they are ready to start moving through the gears.
It was a victory which has lifted spirits around Parkhead, but Rogic insists that the morale in the camp was good - even before their latest success.
“The mood in the dressing room is very good,” he said. “Obviously it was disappointing last weekend but we performed well during the week and got a good point away and could have got more.
“On Sunday we had another strong performance so we are just looking to keep going and everyone is feeling good at the moment. We’re just looking forward and hopefully we’ll keep going.
“Within our team all the players are feeling good. What’s said is out of our control so we’ve just got to focus on ourselves and get better and keep going.”
Rogic has come into Celtic's team this season after making a slow start to his career at Parkhead due to injury.
The Australia international joined the Bhoys back in 2013, but he had made just 11 appearances over his first two-and-a-half seasons with the club, with most of his time being spent on the treatment table.
It seems that he has finally overcame his fitness issues, though, and could be set to play a key role for Ronny Deila's side this term.
Rogic has largely impressed during his time on the field, with the 22-year-old having netted three times in his first seven appearances of the 2015/16 campaign.