Christopher Jullien has fired out a warning to the rest of Scottish football after Celtic’s win at Ibrox on Sunday.
The big stopper excelled as the Bhoys ran out comfortable 2-0 winners and said the scenes at the end gave him “goosebumps”.
But while the Frenchman revelled in the victory, he insists there’s more to come from Neil Lennon’s men.
Speaking at a media conference, Jullien said: “The derby was perfect. A good step and everything was really good on the field.”
Jullien, who enjoyed his best game in the hoops, was pleased with his own performance but highlighted his teammates’ performance.
He said: “I was really focused. I did my job but after getting MOTM I said to the team that each player deserved it.
“We know it is a big win but the season is long. Watching the celebrations with the fans on video gives me goosebumps.”
Jullien insisted that Celtic, top of the league with an unblemished record, are only just beginning. He continued: “In my head each day I can improve and the team can too. We are good, but we can be better.”
The 26-year-old also backed his captain Scott Brown in the wake of “ugly” abuse at the hands of an Ibrox troll.
Jullien said: “We are with Broony and we give him all the support he needs. but I don’t know what else to say.
“It’s just ugly. I don’t like that.”
Brown was subjected to the despicable abuse as he made his way to the team bus after the match.
A 15-year-old Rangers fan has been arrested in connection with the incident.