Celtic won their latest match against Dundee United 5-0, but Ronny Deila didn't celebrate in his usual fashion.
Ronny Deila has insisted to the Daily Record, that there was no malicious intent behind him not performing the 'Ronny Roar' celebration, after Celtic's 5-0 win over Dundee United today.
The Bhoys cruised to success over Dundee United, but Deila didn't celebrate the win in his usual manner, and there were suggestions that this could have been a sign of his frustrations with the supporters.
Some Celtic fans voiced their concerns about Deila's management after their midweek defeat to Molde in the Europa League, but the Norwegian boss insists that the club's supporters' reaction to that defeat was not behind his lack of celebration.
"I haven't done it every time," he said in the Daily Record. "Celtic Park is a big stadium to go round and today I didn't feel up for it.
"I just didn't feel like it today but it will come back."
Celtic's win over Dundee United should relieve some of the pressure on Deila for the time being, but he will realise that all his doubters will not have been won over.
The Bhoys have struggled in Europe for the two seasons that Deila has been in charge, and that has been a major concern.
Celtic's success domestically under Deila has been well documented, but simply winning titles in Scotland isn't enough to keep a manager at Parkhead anymore.
The Bhoys' season is often defined by how well they do in Europe, and only a serious up-turn in their performance levels in the Europa League will see them avoid a group-stage exit in that competition.