Celtic defender Gary Caldwell says the club's current winning streak has brought about a much needed confidence boost.
The Hoops secured a hat-trick of wins for only the second time under Tony Mowbray when they beat Aberdeen 3-0 at Parkhead on Saturday.
Prior to that, the 2008 League champions had pulled off impressive displays on home soil against St Mirren and Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Caldwell believes such success is largely due to extra time spent on the training pitch after a number of international breaks and midweek matches.
Thrilled with his side's current form, he said it's "amazing" how such a run can impact on the atmosphere in the dressing room.
"We have been working hard in training and trying to implement the manager's ideas, so I think they are coming to the fore now," Caldwell told the Celtic View.
"People are taking them on board and we are playing really well at the moment."
He added: "I think it helps that we are getting the chance to work together.
"When anyone comes into a job they know they are going to put in a lot of work on the training ground.
"We are now getting the chance to do that and over the past week the performances and results have been great.
"That's us just won three games in a week and I'm amazed at the change of atmosphere in the changing room.
"When you go on a run like that it really does give you confidence and the whole club is buzzing."
Mowbray, himself, admitted his delight in seeing his side employ a more patient approach against Aberdeen.
"You have to believe in what you are doing and how you play and not get sidetracked from that, which I think is important," he said.
"Frustration can creep into matches and whereas I, as a coach, might leave it until the last 20 minutes to go more direct, they continued to play, move and pass and got their rewards and the opposition had to change something. That made life a little easier for us."
He added: "We have searched for consistency this season. The players stepped up to the mark on Saturday and played exceptionally well.
"What we must strive to do is find that level of performance every week."