Anthony Ralston labels Celtic teammate ‘unplayable’

It is safe to say that Celtic are in the middle of a good run of form at the moment. They recently sealed an incredibly dominant 3-0 win over the Rangers at Parkhead and then backed that result up with a 4-0 win against Motherwell away from home. Thus, it is safe to say that the Premiership title race is well and truly on, and the Hoops seem to have every intention of finishing the season at the top of the table.

We might be in early February but at this moment, this team seems to be getting better. One of the biggest reasons behind that is the fact that they have finally added some squad depth and now have options to rely on.

On the other hand, the form of some of their first-team regulars is another reason. One such player is Tom Rogic, who has been absolutely fantastic since the arrival of Ange Postecoglou as manager.

It is not just the fans that the Australian seems to have impressed either. As reported by the Daily Record, Anthony Ralston said about Rogic:

“When Tom’s on top form he is unplayable, you can all see that for yourselves.

“It’s terrific to play with him, especially down that side and it makes my job easier.

“He gives me that option when I’m on the all, coming inside or on the outside, so he was terrific again.”

Ralston makes brilliant claim about Celtic teammate

It is safe to say that Rogic was at his unplayable best when Celtic took on Motherwell, scoring a couple of wonderful goals to help the Hoops towards a 4-0 win and maintain their lead at the top of the Premiership table.

Rogic has been in terrific form throughout the season and has been one of Celtic’s standout players and it is almost hard to imagine that a little over a year ago, it had looked like his Parkhead career was over.

It goes without saying the the appointment of Postecoglou has helped a lot in the revival of Rogic at Celtic and even the most optimistic fan could have predicted how well he would end up doing this season.

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