Celtic captain Scott Brown has heaped praise on Celtic's "top class" attacking players for their mauling of Ross County on Saturday.

The Hoops midfielder, 34, watched those in front of him strut their stuff in confident fashion as they ran out 6-0 winners at Parkhead.

It was six going on 16, according to the skipper, who also hailed Staggies goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw for keeping the champions at bay for the majority of the first-half.

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But, as has so often been the case this season, when Celtic finally broke the door down they kicked it in and romped to the easiest second-half of their season so far.

"The first-half we were exceptional, we've had 21 shots on goal and their goalie has been phenomenal," Brown told Celtic TV.

"The second we've come out and given that great performance yet again and got the goals.

"That's the main thing for us.

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"Our [front four] have shown why they're top quality.

"The front four going forward and then you've got Callum McGregor bursting into the box as well.

"It's a great front five and then it's all about the defenders, making sure they press and squeeze the game.

"It was all about our attacking play and how many chances they've created and it was phenomenal from [the team]."