STUART ARMSTRONG admitted Celtic will not change their footballing philosophy after they moved within one win of their sixth successive Premiership crown.
The on-fire midfielder, who celebrated his Scotland international call-up with the winning goal against Dundee yesterday, insisted it will still be one game at a time for the Hoops.
Brendan Rodgers’ side’s 2-1 win on Tayside saw the Parkhead outfit clock up their 27th success in 29 league games.
They are also undefeated in domestic football in an incredible run of 36 matches.
Armstrong said: “It was important we get off to a good start in the game. It is always quite difficult when we play at Dens.
“We were patchy in parts, but as the game went on we grew into it very well. We got a good goal at a really important time.
“When they scored, it went a little bit nervy, but we consolidated well and saw out the game terrifically.
“It is another step closer, but we never like thinking too far into the future.
“We take each game as it comes and that has worked very well for us.”