Celtic defender Danny Fox believes that a team will soon be on the receiving end of a thrashing at Parkhead.
The 23-year-old left-sided player admits that the Hoops have not been firing on all cylinders so far this season, but says one big result could turn the campaign around.
Tony Mowbray's side have only won twice in the last 10 games and were booed off after they were defeated by Dundee United last weekend.
However, Fox says the performances have been there, only the results have evaded the Bhoys.
Asked if he thought Celtic were due to deliver a comprehensive defeat to someone, he said: "I think so, yes. We owe it to the fans and ourselves.
"We had three or four great chances in the first half on Sunday and we could have gone in two or three ahead.
"The performances have been there. We just haven't been scoring goals and have been conceding silly goals, such as against Falkirk and last Sunday.
"It's always good to score a few goals and keep a clean sheet and hopefully that happens.
"But I think it is going to take time. The gaffer has reiterated a number of times that it is a building process.
"He has changed it a bit from how we played last year (under Gordon Strachan) so it's going to take time and we need people to be a little bit patient.
"It was bitterly disappointing to lose two silly goals last week because I felt we dominated the game from start to finish.
"We looked comfortable, created decent chances but obviously didn't take them.
"But there's loads of football to be played yet, we are not even at Christmas, so we shouldn't be too downhearted about it."
Celtic take on St Mirren in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday as they try to keep the heat on Rangers at the top of the table.