Celtic assistant manager John Collins insists that his team want to be more threatening in front of goal and keep entertaining the fans.

The Hoops went one step closer towards clinching their fifth consecutive Scottish Premiership title as they won 3-1 against Hearts at the weekend and are four points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand, which comes on Tuesday at Dundee.

Expressing his delight with the scoreline, the assistant manager stressed the fact that his team love to play an expansive formation and the fact that both wingers, in Patrick Robers and Gary Mackay-Steven, contributed to the scoresheet is proof of that fact.

There was a also a special note of mention for the fans, who Collins believes were instrumental in leading them forward. And the fact that the wingers coming in from wide were able to find the back of the net was just reward for their support.

"Fans love to see wingers running with the ball and scoring goals. We want to win with style", Collins told his club's official website.  


"We want to keep winning and keep improving, score more goals and entertain the fans.

"We want to be a threat going forward playing an expansive formation and both wingers got on the scoresheet."

"Big crowd in and they were up for it, pushing them forward and the players responded, their attitude was excellent."

The Bhoys are in action tomorrow night at Dens Park as they aim to strengthen their grip on the title.