Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits that he is under pressure from the fans after the club fell ten points behind Old Firm rivals Rangers on the weekend.

The Hoops lost 2-0 at Heart of Midlothian on Sunday, pushing them down to third on the table with their third defeat of the season.

Lennon is well aware that the pressure is starting to mount and indicates his job could even be in danger.

"I'm going to be under pressure because the fans will demand that results have to be better," he said.

"If results are not better soon, I will have to look at my own position."

Celtic has the weekend off because of the international break and will then return to Scottish Premier League action against Kilmarnock on October 15.

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