Celtic manager Ronny Deila has told the club's official Twitter account that he was impressed with Leigh Griffiths' display against Aberdeen - but one factor of his display did anger him.
Griffiths, who has been in sensational goalscoring form during 2015, opened the scoring on the stroke of half time against Aberdeen, planting a fine header into the corner from Kieran Tierney's cross.
The Scottish international then got his second, converting from the penalty spot after Kris Commons had been hacked down inside the penalty area.
Griffiths has become one of the most important players for Deila, and the Norwegian spoke about his display after the game.
Speaking to the club's official Twitter account, Deila stated that Griffiths was impressive against Aberdeen, but was 'angry' when the striker chose not to pass to Stuart Armstrong when driving towards goal in the second half.
RD: "Only thing I was angry about him today was that he didn't play Stuart Armstrong in and shot from 18 yards." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 31, 2015
RD: "But he was high class for the first goal and it was great cross from KT as well." (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 31, 2015
Deila also explained why he didn't do his famous 'Ronny Roar' celebration at full time, but admitted that it will return eventually - potentially away from Celtic Park.
RD on not doing the #RonnyRoar : It will come back. It's easier when we play away as you don't have to go round the full stadium!" (MH)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 31, 2015
All in all, it's been a positive week for Celtic, with three victories in a row - much needed after that torrid Europa League defeat to Molde.