Celtic hit back from their 2-1 defeat to Molde by hammering Ross County 4-1 this afternoon, easing some of the pressure on Ronny Deila.
The Bhoys suffered a disastrous night against Molde in the Europa League, which caused fans to once again question Deila's position as Celtic boss.
Today though, Celtic hit back in style, as midfielder Tom Rogic smashed Celtic in front from long range, with the Australian continuing his fine form this season.
In the second half, Leigh Griffiths scored twice in three minutes to make it 3-0 to Celtic, before Tony Dingwall pulled one back for Ross County.
Israeli midfielder Nir Bitton put the gloss on the victory though, heading home to make it 4-1 in the week where he signed his new contract.
The result is a major boost for Deila, but supporters aren't questioning his ability in the Scottish Premiership - it's results in Europe which are causing fans to question the Norwegian.
Until Celtic improve in Europe, fans will continue to doubt Deila, but for tonight they can enjoy a strong 4-1 victory and an impressive performance.