Celtic caretaker boss Neil Lennon urged his players to carry the momentum of their late win against Hibernian into the final games of the season. The Hoops triumphed 3-2 with two goals in the last ten minutes.
Celtic have now won four consecutive Clydesdale Bank Premier League games since Lennon took charge, a run Tony Mowbray failed to achieve.
Lennon said: "It was fantastic. We've been lacking that drive. Under Gordon (Strachan) and Martin (O'Neill) it was routine that if we were a goal down there would be a groundswell of pressure.
"We got that today and they have proved they can do it. I don't want to say it's the turning point but I hope they learn from that."
Just as he had done after Tuesday's 2-1 victory over Motherwell, Lennon described the win as "another small step in the right direction", although the victory gave Celtic a 10-point lead over Dundee United to all but end the Tayside club's hopes of sneaking a Champions League spot.
Lennon said: "I thought we deserved to win. We missed too many chances and that's been symptomatic of the season.
"We passed the ball well, there was good movement. We created a lot of chances. The strikers held the ball up well and I thought Scott Brown was immense for the team.
"We stuck at it. I asked them if they could score goals in the last 10 minutes. We got a head of steam up which we haven't done for a long time, and the crowd responded to that.
"I was trying to make sure they didn't panic. I could see them sort of getting agitated and anxious and trying to force things and I told them just to keep playing."
Lennon added: "I wanted to give Rasmussen a run because I think he could be a goalscorer for this club and he has proved that today. He was excellent in the 20-odd minutes he was on."