Celtic defender Adam Matthews has no qualms with Neil Lennon's side winning ugly providing they maintaining their blistering form.
The Bhoys have won 10 straight games in Scotland's top flight, helping them to move two points clear of arch-rivals Rangers.
The former Cardiff man knows Celtic were slow out of the blocks and he has been delighted with their consistency of late.
Matthews believes the will to win has been behind their recent run, something that was lacking earlier in the campaign.
"We started the season slowly but we've been playing our best stuff recently and are more consistent," he told the Daily Record.
"Even when we're not playing well, though, we have a will to win and we're getting the points in games we wouldn't have earlier in the season.
"Two months ago, we were 15 points behind so it shows just how much we have turned things around."
One of those 10 victories came at home to Rangers over the Christmas period and Matthews has revealed Lennon was quick to play down the significance of the Old Firm success.
He added: "It was a huge game and an important three points but no one thinks it has any significance in the title race right now.
"Everyone at the club knows we haven't won the title yet and we have to go into the second half of the season looking to remain unbeaten.
"The gaffer told us afterwards it's important to keep our heads screwed on, our feet on the ground and put this game behind us. It was a brilliant result but it's what we do next that is the important thing.
"We have to keep up the good form over the next few months."