Celtic midfielder David Turnbull believes the Scottish Premiership leaders can play even better when club football returns next month.
The Hoops have won 14 of their 15 league matches so far this season but Turnbull claims there is still more to come, especially if manager Ange Postecoglou has a fully fit squad to choose from:
“Will we get better after the World Cup break? I think so. Hopefully, we will have most of the boys back from injury after it. The break will do us good, and then we want to come back firing on all cylinders.”
Captain Callum McGregor is expected to be back available after the World Cup, while the likes of Oliver Abildgaard will also have the chance to be put through a pre-season training schedule.
Manager Ange Postecoglou has said the Danish international and Sead Haksabanovic could well come into their own during the second half of the campaign when they are fully up to speed.
To be fair to Haksabanovic, he is already making a big impact, but Turnbull (like his manager) seems to believe that there is plenty of room for improvement from certain players in the first-team squad.