CALLUM McGREGOR claim Celtic are at their peak after players learn to TRUST boss Ange Postecoglou.
The skipper considers Wednesday night’s 3-1 victory at Hibs – which propelled the Celts to second in the Premiership – as the best demonstration of the Australian’s reign.
The Hoops will overtake leaders Rangers if they extend their winning streak to six games at home against Livingston tomorrow.
And McGregor said, âIt’s as good as we’ve been. Some things were exceptional. We should have been five before they had a chance.
âIt was our best show away from home. We almost played like a home game in the first half. It’s good that we seem to get better with every game.
“We will look to keep doing it, keep working hard, stay calm under pressure – and continue to trust the manager and what he is trying to do.”
The Celts have now won at Aberdeen, Motherwell and Hibs after waiting seven months for an away win in the domestic game.
And McGregor believes they will stay grounded and continue to push hard at the top of the Premiership standings.
He added: “We’ve been to a few tough places and won and for a new group it’s super important to know you can go.”
Meanwhile, Celtic announced Scottish actors Martin Compston, Gianni Capaldi and Tony Curran as the club’s new charity ambassadors.
The stars, who are all longtime friends and supporters of the club, will work alongside the Celtic FC Foundation.
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They will promote the work of the foundation to an international audience and support fundraising.
Line of Duty star Compston, 37, has made numerous appearances for The Hoops in charity games and was thrilled to sign up to help the foundation.
He said: âIt is an honor to become an official ambassador for the Celtic FC Foundation, to help continue this proud tradition. Hi Hi !’
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Capaldi, 46, who has appeared in Still Game, Robert The Bruce and The Commando, added: âCeltic is simply in my DNA and an integral part of my life.
“Having said that, it is an absolute honor to become an ambassador for the Celtic FC Foundation.”
Curran, 51, famous for his roles in Gladiator, Outlaw King and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, said: âI am absolutely delighted to be an ambassador for the Celtic FC Foundation, in what looks to be an exciting season for all. the world. Hi Hi !”
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