Celtic boss Neil Lennon is confident his team can finally improve their domestic performances as they prepare for the busy festive schedule.
The Hoops entertain Ross County on Saturday before Premier League games against Dundee, Hibernian and Motherwell over the following 11 days.
Celtic have won their last three league matches, as well as a Scottish Cup tie, but Lennon believes the 2-0 victory over St Mirren at Parkhead last week was arguably their domestic display on their own patch this season.
Lennon said: "I thought we played well, probably as well as we have played for a while at home. We are in a good vein of form, the boys are training well."
A late goal from Kris Commons prevented Ross County beating the Scottish champions at Dingwall in August, and Lennon has been impressed by the Highlanders in their first season in the top flight.
Lennon added: "Ross County are having a terrific season. They have got goals in them. They have no fear of playing anybody.
"But it's a game I want to win and try to widen the gap at the top. We are four wins on the bounce and I want to keep that going."