He said: “It’s a team game and if I can’t score then I’ll try to put it on a plate for someone else. I don’t think Stuart will have an easier goal this season than the first one.
“There was a little bit of creativity for the second. I saw him at the edge of the box, so I just gave him it and Stuart has been great all season. He deserved his two goals.
“I’m pleased with my 10 goals so far. It would have been more if I hadn’t been injured, I’ve no doubts about that. Now it’s all about getting a run of games and, if I do that, I’m confident I will score.
“The manager names the team. I was in this time but we will wait and see what happens against Hamilton on Tuesday.
“Of course, it’s hard, but I have said it before I can’t fault Moussa for his efforts and goals. If the shoe was on the other foot and if I had scored lots of goals when he was injured and then he got into the team, I would be asking questions.
“I’ve had to bide my time. I got a chance here, scored a goal got a couple of assists, so we will see what happens next week.”
Meanwhile, Jags goalscorer Liam Lindsay admitted he was handed a lesson that overshadowed his 61st-minute header in his 50th appearance for the club.
He said: “I was pleased with my goal, but we saw what a top quality team are all about. Celtic worked harder than us and we were punished for basic mistakes.
“We made criminal mistakes and a side as good as Celtic will punish them.”