Celtic manager Neil Lennon has rubbished talks that suggest the team could be careless on their way to their ninth Scottish Premiership trophy following their 4-0 win over Hearts recently.
However, Lennon insists that he wants more from his charges and he won't allow them to slip up despite going then points clear on the log.
"Are the boys going to get complacent?" as quoted by Sky Sports. "I doubt it very much.
"They will maybe want to try to increase [the lead] if they can.
"I think that's the mode of thinking here - no complacency, don't take anything for granted.
"You're fresh, you're fit, you look hungry, let's stay that way."
The manager also heaped praises on the senior players namely captain Scott Brown, Callum McGregor and James Forrest, whom he feels have made the difference in the squad's success.
"It's just good having those players who have been there and done it many, many times," he said. "Sometimes you think they will come off it.
"They have done everything that they want to do but there's a deep-rooted motivation to keep going and going.
"That's to their credit. It brings out the best in the rest of the team as well."