Celtic's Scotland international midfielder Scott Brown is backing his team-mates to pip arch-rivals Rangers to the SPL title.
The Bhoys have seen their title challenge falter in recent weeks after winning just one of their last five league outings.
Despite allowing Gers to wipe out their lead at the top of the table, Brown believes Gordon Strachan's side have the experience to handle the pressure of crossing the finishing line first in a title run.
"A lot of people have been here for three years, or even longer, and they know what it is about and how to handle the pressure," he told the Evening Times.
"We just need a little bit of luck. If we get that, and score a couple of goals, then we will kick on from there.
"That's pretty much all we need because we've had the chances and have just been unlucky.
"The more goals we score, the better it is. Hopefully we can go on an unbeaten run until the end of the season."