Cape Town - Bloemfontein
Celtic head coach Clinton Larsen has revealed the club is targeting a top-four
finish after thrashing AmaZulu 3-0 at Free State Stadium on Sunday.
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Siwelele are unbeaten in the Absa Premiership in the New Year
and Larsen is confident that, despite a slow start to the season, the club can
achieve its aim of finishing in the top four.
"Our ambition has always been finishing in the top four
as I said before," Larsen told KickOff.
"We have set our sights very high and we want to break
"We had a slow start in the league this season but
hopefully we will achieve our targets of finishing the season in a top-four
Larsen believes Celtic's good start to 2015 is down to
allowing his players the freedom to express themselves on the pitch.
"There is no secret except giving them freedom,"
"We are giving them freedom to express themselves on
the field of play and nothing else.
"I hope they continue doing well, progress and remain
Celtic still have a lot of work to do to break into the top
four. The club is currently seventh in the Absa Premiership table, eight points
behind Orlando Pirates in fourth.