Celtic attacker Tom Rogic has attributed the club’s success to manager Brendan Rodgers determination to push his players and get the best from them.
Since the Northern Ireland coach arrived at Parkhead, Celtic have won consecutive domestic trebles, and have been tipped to achieve the highly coveted and unprecedented ‘treble treble’ this year.
Earlier this week, Rodgers was reported to have said, ‘being comfortable is the enemy of progress’, and Rogic is adamant that both him and his teammates concur with their coach.
Talking to Sky Sports News, as reported by Sports Mole, Rogic said:
That’s how the manager works. He’s challenging the players every day to become better, he certainly doesn’t let anyone rest on what they may have achieved last season or the years before that.
He’s intense to work under, he’s always challenging the players to become better and better and I think that’s a major part of our success over the past couple of years.