Chris Davies has disappointed Celtic fans by suggesting that manager Brendan Rodgers isn't going to be overly busy in January on the transfer front.
Rodgers's number two fielded questions from the media on Tuesday ahead of Celtic's visit of Partick Thistle on Wednesday night.
The Hoops go into that one on the back of a humiliating 4-0 defeat by Hearts which ended their 69-match unbeaten run under the Northern Irish manager.
Rodgers's side also have a Europa League adventure to look forward to in the new year and Celtic fans might've been hoping for a bit of investment next month.
But the 32-year-old assistant manager has said via the Bhoys' official Twitter page that he doesn't "envisage January being particularly busy" in that regard - and fans hate that prediction.
CD: "I don't envisage January being particularly busy for us. We'll recruit where needed and some players may move on as the squad evolves. We have a strong squad with good players but we're always looking to improve."— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) December 19, 2017
We need about 8 new players Chris— wee jinji (@liamcsc) December 19, 2017
Better be busy— gaz ga (@gazgaz1888) December 19, 2017
Better be joking Chris— James (@GGvcks) December 19, 2017
IT BETTER BE BUSY FFS MAN— Sam (@SamuelACasey) December 19, 2017
Not music to my ears and I'd hope a keeper comes under "where needed", whilst also looking at other defenders.— Leooooo (@zlGshock) December 19, 2017
We need at least 5 in, and 3/4 out— Liam (@Liamcfc1) December 19, 2017
Yes we may well have some great players,but we all know certain positions need strengthened.Spend some of the Euro millions Please— Bobby O Rourke (@bobby_rourke) December 19, 2017