Celtic boss Neil Lennon is looking for his team to up the pace when they play St Mirren on Sunday, live on Sky Sports 1.
The Hoops are looking to extend their unbeaten league run to 23 matches when they travel to St Mirren Park.
Although Lennon thought Celtic appeared jaded in Wednesday's 1-0 victory over Partick, he expects the extra day of rest to benefit the visitors as St Mirren did not play until Thursday.
"There was definitely a tiredness creeping into the team in the second half against Partick," said Lennon.
"I just want us to play with a little more zest.
"We have had a heavy schedule of games recently but we have had an extra day (over St Mirren) to recover from the Thistle game.
"So hopefully we will see a wee bit more energy in the team. That is what I am looking for."