Celtic assistant manager Chris Davies has admitted that he is not enjoying watching his side struggle this season.
The Bhoys currently sit sixth in the Scottish Premiership with just 10 points from their opening six games, their worst start to a campaign in 20 years.
Last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Kilmarnock was the latest disappointment for the Glasgow club, and also allowed rivals Rangers to leapfrog them in the table, leaving Hoops assistant manager Chris Davies to admit that its tough to look at the league table at the moment:
“It doesn’t feel nice looking at the league table and seeing Celtic in that position, so that’s why we have to win games to change that and that’s our focus,” Davies told Celtic View.
“As always, it’s the next game that’s the most important, so we’ll reflect and learn from what we can improve on from the last game and then we quickly focus on the next one.”
Celtic have a chance to give their season a kick-start this weekend against Aberdeen, the team directly below them in the table