After a tough battle last night one of Celtic’s goal scorers, Giorgos Giakoumakis was in confident mood ahead of the visit of Dundee Utd to Celtic Park on Saturday.
He has waited for his chance to come back and get a starting place and one thing is for sure he has an eye for goal and with every game he will get back to full fitness and he looks like he could find the net each time he pulls on the hoops.
When talking to Celtic TV after the game he said
“It’s really important to me and the team. We won a very big game and I wanted to score in this type of match.
“We could have scored more goals and that would have made the result easier for us.
“In the end, it was really tough but we learned a lot. It’s a big win and we move on.
‘For me, I don’t care how I score, a goal is a goal. Even if it’s a tap-in or from long-range, for me it’s the same.’
“I’m happy to be contributing and that was my goal since the summer.
‘I’m healthy now and I can be myself and contribute to the effort of the team.’
“We feel good, our confidence is really high and we believe in ourselves.
“We believe we can win against every opponent in the league and the target now is to go on and win it.”