Scott McDonald has insisted he has no problems with the new rules imposed by Gordon Strachan.
The Celtic boss has banned his squad from drinking alcohol at all during the week after a series of incidents involving his players in Glasgow this season.
Strachan has also asked his men to stop socialising in the city centre at weekends and the players will be subject to a club fine if found to have broken the curfew.
McDonald accepts Strachan's decision and believes the players will be able to adjust.
"There is no problem," said the former Motherwell player said. "Incidents have happened and there have been concerns and rightly so I think.
"There is no reason why we shouldn't go out every now and again and enjoy ourselves as normal human beings, as everyone likes to do.
"We are going to have to find other places to do that but that suits me fine because at the end of the day, we want to go somewhere where you are not going to be noticed and you just fit in.
"Everyone is accepting it and will get on with it."
Celtic face Villarreal in their final UEFA Champions League Group E match on Wednesday and McDonald has set his sights on a victory even though qualification is already out of their reach.
He said: "Hopefully we can keep a clean sheet and it would be nice to finish off with a couple of goals.
"It would have been fantastic to be in the last 16 or in the Uefa Cup but unfortunately that's not the case.
"We have to concentrate on the domestic game after this match and we have to win the league to get back again."