CELTIC are poised to become Ton-Up Bhoys with their three strikes against Kilmarnock lifting them just 15 Premiership goals from hitting the magical figure.
Stuart Armstrong, Scott Sinclair and James Forrest were all on target as the Hoops maintained their 39-game unbeaten run on the domestic front going.
They now have six league games remaining to hit the wonderful 100.
Sinclair, who has claimed 23 goals this term, reckons the champions will reach the figure. He said: “Yes, I think so.
“We keep creating chances every game and we have got players in the team to score goals, as well.
“Even Stuart Armstrong, coming from central midfield, is adding to the tally. So, everyone is chipping in with goals.
“It is great, it is always nice to get back on the scoresheet and it is great to get back to winning ways.”
As much as Sinclair is shooting for a team target, the exciting English attacker is closing in on a strike record all of his own.
His best tally in one campaign is 28 and, despite previously admitting he is not one for setting targets, Sinclair says he would be delighted to go one goal further in a green and white shirt.
He said: “It was just for me to come up here, enjoy, get that love of the game back and I think you can see how much I am taking every game as it comes.
“If I can keep improving, keep scoring. Every time I step onto the pitch, I am trying to do as well as I can.