SCOTT SINCLAIR swept in his 13th goal of the season as Celtic saw off Albion Rovers to set up a Scottish Cup fifth round meeting with old foes Inverness Caley Thistle at Parkhead next month.
And the entertaining left-sided raider expects to add considerably to his total – starting with St Johnstone in the east end of Glasgow tomorrow night.
Sinclair said: “It’s just about being consistent. When I first came here, I wasn’t just going to score one week then not score for another four games.
“The most important thing is to be consistent throughout the whole season. I feel much sharper now.
“I’ve had a nice break, as everyone else has had, and I’m going into the second half of the season feeling much better.
“I’m ready to go again and will try to score more goals than I did in the first part of the league.”
The Hoops can equal the Lisbon Lions’ 26-game unbeaten start to the season 50 years ago, but Sinclair admitted he is more concerned about the Parkhead points tally at the end of the campaign.
He added: “We’re so together in the dressing room and it’s a great environment to be in.
“I’m here and I want to win as much as I can. It’s great that we can keep continuing to win our games.”
A win over the Perth Saints will see the champions stretch their lead to an astounding TWENTY-TWO points at the top of the Premiership.