Alan Brazil reckons Celtic's Olivier Ntcham has 'downed tools' after his casual performance against Lille last night.

The Hoops midfielder played from the start as the Hoops managed a 2-2 draw in France but was subbed in the second-half. His nonchalance on and off the ball draw criticism from Celtic-daft Brazil who believes he has lost the appetite to play for the club.

The talkSPORT presenter also questioned which players want to be there and insists the likes of Shane Duffy also has to improve sharpish. "What you’ve got to ask the Celtic squad is ‘Who wants to be there?’," he said on the radio station.

"[Odsonne] Edouard could play in the Premiership for me, no danger. Does he want to stay at Celtic? [Olivier] Ntcham, he looks as if he’s tools down and not bothered. I think when Celtic get the squad back then it’s going to be close. Neil [Lennon] doesn’t have a great squad, but in terms of Scottish football, Celtic’s squad is as good as any so they’ve just got to get on with it and go on a run. 

"Duffy has struggled, the big fella since he’s gone to Celtic. He wants too much time on the ball. I don’t watch every game of Celtic’s so it’s only the games I’ve watched. Liven yourself up, he wants too much time on the ball.

"Set pieces for Celtic are garbage, they’ve got to work on set pieces."

Moi Elyounoussi gave his side a 2-0 lead with a brilliant double last night before a capitulation in the second-45 saw Mehmet Celik and Nanitamo Ikone drew their side level to earn a point.