Celtic striker Marc-Antoine Fortune believes Tony Mowbray's side will need to be perfect to win back the SPL title.
The Bhoys missed the chance to close the gap on arch-rivals Rangers on Tuesday after suffering a 1-0 defeat at Kilmarnock.
The defeat leaves the green half of Glasgow ten points adrift of Gers with 23 SPL matches played.
Fortune now wants his team-mates to win every game between now and the summer to give them a chance of finishing top.
"Now we have to win every game that is coming," said Fortune. "It will be difficult but we can do it. Why not?
"We've shown that we are a big team, play very well and have a lot of chances.
"We have to complete that with goals and not conceding. We will do it, I'm confident about that."
Celtic gave Robbie Keane and Diomansy Kamara debuts at Rugby Park and Fortune believes they will need time to gel.
"It's not a problem," said Fortune of the huge turnover of staff under Mowbray.
"We need time but, as I say, it's only top players in the team. We know what we have to do, so we will do it."