Celtic have been mightily impressive again this season.
Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers spoke to reporters during his post-match press conference, following his side's emphatic win away at Aberdeen last night, and offered high praise for his players' attitude, as quoted by the Evening Times.
Celtic extended their unbeaten domestic run to 61 games with last night's victory, and are now just one game away form equalling Willie Maley's legendary Celtic team who went 62 games unbeaten between 1915 and 1917.
The Glasgow giants now sit three points clear of the Dons at the top of the Scottish Premiership table, after an impressive return of eight wins and two draws from their opening 10 league games.
"It’s an incredible credit to the players and staff for the mentality to work like that. We come back in the early hours from games and they want to work the next day. I give them a free day, but they come in. It tells you about the winning mentality and how hard they’re working."
Next up for the Hoops is a home game against Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday, before they welcome Bayern Munich to Celtic Park in the Champions League on Tuesday.
And Rodgers will be hoping that his side can take their domestic form into their European clash with the Bavarian giants, as they look to keep their Champions league hopes alive.