Last Updated: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 14:17
Neil Lennon admits that Celtic have been distracted in recent weeks and are now fully focused on wrapping up the SPL title.
The Hoops still have a 15-point gap at the top of the table but, after slipping up in the last two league games against Motherwell and Ross County, Lennon is demanding his players get their minds back on the job in hand.
The 3-2 defeat to Ross County last time out was most alarming as they squandered a 2-0 lead but Lennon says that was a hangover from the Champions League exit to Juventus.
"I have prioritised other games in the last two league games," Lennon admitted. "Against Motherwell I had my eye on the St Mirren (William Hill Scottish Cup) quarter-final which I thought was a huge game for us in the context of the season.
"Obviously the Ross County game was a few days after the last-16 game in Turin. What you will see this weekend is a fresh Celtic team ready to go for the title."
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