THEY may be Celtic’s answer to the Odd Couple, but the chemistry between Odsonne Edouard and Leigh Griffiths can fire their side to the title, according to teammate Christopher Jullien.

The Frenchman has enjoyed watching Edouard linking up with Griffiths over the past two matches, and while he says that the pair are like chalk and cheese away from the pitch, they are certainly on the same wavelength once they step over that white line.

“Everyone has a different mentality,” Jullien said. “And they are different.

“I think this is why they are playing good together. They are two different players. Both have good, good qualities.

“The fact they both enjoy playing together means they create a lot of chances. This is good for us.

“We just do our job and give them good balls knowing they are two great players. They are going to enjoying playing together, that’s for sure.

“[Leigh]’s great. He’s one of the best strikers in this league. He’s just brings so much energy to us. He just brings another aspect to our game.

“The collaboration he has with Odsonne is just great at the moment. They showed at Kilmarnock that they can play together. They did it well. The fact both of them got on the score sheet is really good for us.

“We are really happy with what [Leigh]’s doing right now. He delivers a great corner too. He’s been giving me great deliveries over the past week. I told him to keep giving me the same ball every time and I will score for sure.”

Jullien was delighted with the manner of the win over Kilmarnock on Wednesday, saying it proves they have the defeat to Rangers prior to the winter break – or the mistake, as he refers to it – out of their systems.

“It was great to get another victory,” he said. “The coach talked a lot before the game and told us that every time we came here it was really difficult, that the pitch was not the best one.

“The team of Kilmarnock always have a great mentality of trying to do the best against us. They did that on Wednesday too but we were focused and did the best we could. The mentality was just great.

“We know that before the break it was a bad result, a mistake. But since the beginning of the year, every time we’ve had a bad moment, or a bad day or have made a mistake, we just get up after it.

“We’ve shown that we have that mentality of winning everything after that. It was a mistake. The only thing now we can do us get up, work hard and show out was just a mistake.

“I trust my team-mates that we can show and we will show to everyone that a winning mentality is in our veins.

“You can say that we’re going to do everything to win that championship. It’s our first goal.”