Celtic FC striker Odsonne Edouard is pleased with his display against Scottish Premier League (SPL) log leaders Hearts over the weekend.
The 20-year-old attacker produced an impressive attacking display on Saturday, scoring two goals in Celtic’s 5-0 destruction of Hearts, as well as setting up James Forrest for a goal.
“I just try to work as hard as I can and to do well for the team in every game. That’s my aim. I’ve have my own personal aims for the season. The collective aim for us is just to win as many matches as possible," Edouard told the club's official website.
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“I feel good physically right now. The same goes for the whole team too. I just try to do as well as I can in each match. I don’t feel pressure on me. It is natural for me. I work well under pressure.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have scored 23 goals in their last five domestic matches, conceding just two, but they face a tough challenge this Thursday night when RB Leipzig are the visitors to Celtic Park on matchday four of the UEFA Europa League.
Edouard believes the confidence the side have at the moment can play a part in getting a positive result against the German side.
“I think will be a totally different game to the match in Germany. There is a good dynamic about the team at the moment and we are in good form," he added.
“We want to win every match, so that will be the same on Thursday evening against Leipzig.”