Ange Postecoglou has responded to criticism after his Celtic side's worst start to a league campaign in 23 years.
The defeat to bottom of the table Livingston on Sunday extended the club's winless domestic away run to nine matches going back to Valentine’s Day.
“There’s no point feeling sorry for myself. That’s not the type of team we want to be or the type of person I am.
“A week or so ago I said the challenge for us was building some resilience and having an understanding of what you can control, what you can’t control and to make sure we were strong through it.
“Because I know it will settle down. At some point we’ll get into a position where we will have all our players available and get some consistency in our team.
“They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger so we’ll just keep moving on.