Celtic want more points than last season says Mjallby

Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby says the goal this season is to first win the title, then record more points than they did last season.

Celtic assistant manager Johan Mjallby says the goal this season is to first win the title, then record more points than they did last season.

The Hoops sit 18 points clear of Old Firm rivals Rangers and with the title there for the taking this weekend, you could excuse the Glasgow club for going into relaxation mode.

But Mjallby insists there is a further goal on the Celtic agenda which is surpassing the points total of last season when they were second in the championship race to ‘Gers.

"We've done an amazing job to turn it around and now we're one point away from winning the title,” he said after yesterday’s 2-0 home win over St Johnstone.

"We got 92 points last year, but we want to go at least one better. Then you can say there's been an improvement.

"Our target is trying to pick up 15 points from the remaining games."

 
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