Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers draws line under Leigh Griffiths incident

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers draws line under Leigh Griffiths incident

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers draws line under Leigh Griffiths incident

Celtic will be presented with the league trophy against the Jambos at Parkhead tomorrow and Rodgers is looking to finish the league campaign on a high, before preparing for the Scottish Cup final against Aberdeen the following week.

"For a minute he thought about himself instead of the team", Rodgers told Sky Sports when asked about the forward.

Already hailed domestically as one of the finest Celtic squads having already beaten the record games undefeated by the Lisbon Lions of 1967, the class of 2017 boasts star acts as French youngster Moussa Dembele, Scott Sinclair, Kieran Tierney and old warhorse Scot Brown, who has been at Celtic Park for 10 years now.

Having been written off after a disappointing season under Ronny Deila, the midfielder has roared back and been instrumental in Celtic's monumental season.

Brendan Rodgers joins a list of Premier League and Championship sides vying a move for the out-of-contract winger who is considering his future at Barnsley. I totally understand where he was at.

Celtic will go into their last league game of the season at home to Hearts knowing that victory would complete an unbeaten Premiership campaign.

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"But this is a different game, this is a team that is starting to understand our game, how we work, how the possession of the ball is key".

The young Englishman has really taken to Celtic, and the fans have certainly taken to him, since arriving in Glasgow and he even turned down the opportunity to play for England at the U20 World Cup so that he could stay and help the club win the domestic treble. "We will look to perform with the same focus, perform as well as we have done tonight and if we can do that then it puts in with a great chance of winning".

"Whatever era it is, whatever league, it's all relative and for us it's been a brilliant team performance up until now".

Speaking about the meeting with the striker, Rodgers had this to say this afternoon.

Archibald conceded his side got off lightly.

He said: "Listen, I got a message from Leigh this morning at seven o'clock".

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