Celtic manager Neil Lennon revealed he held an inquiry into their poor form ahead of the Europa League game against Rennes.
Lennon's position has come under increasing pressure after he found his side 3-0 down at the interval against Kilmarnock.
They eventually rallied to snatch a 3-3 draw but are still 10 points behind leaders Rangers and three behind second-placed Motherwell.
And the former Northern Ireland international admitted his players had little opportunity to get a word in during their meeting before Thursday's clash.
"I'm not sure the players were in the position to get things off their chest," he said.
"We just analysed the game, the good and the bad and there were a lot of positives to come out of it.
"I am proud of the players for the way they fought back. They showed great character and great fortitude and great mental strength so I want them to build on that for the upcoming games."
Hoops stand-in skipper Charlie Mulgrew believes the meeting was constructive and that the players have learnt from their mistakes.
"Everything was taken on board," he said. "These meetings are always helpful.
"It is good to look back and see where you could have done better. Everybody took a lot from that meeting so hopefully we can kick on and get a few good results and hopefully go on a run."