Liam Shaw has revealed the players are already beginning to buy in to Ange Postecoglou's way of working.

The new Celtic head coach is a demanding boss who has his own ideas and style of play he wants his team to show on the pitch.

Attacking is his forte and he is known for his intensity.

Shaw, who recently joined up with his new teammates following his pre-contract signing from Sheffield Wednesday, insists he is enjoying his time back on the training pitch with big games coming up.

And he says Celtic's players are starting to figure out exactly what their new manager expects from them. "It's been short intensity, so shorter sessions but really fast intensity pressing," the box-to-box midfielder told of his first few sessions under Postecoglou.

"It's all about the reaction as well, the gaffer's come in and said it's alright to make mistakes, it's about the reaction. So, if you give the ball away don't throw your hands up in the air, he just wants a quick reaction to get the ball back.

"(Training) has been really good, he's come in and the intensity of the sessions has improved because that's what he wants to get across to the players, to play our way and play good attacking football with a lot of attacking and just focus on ourselves.

"The counter-press as well, we're really focusing on that."

Speaking to Celtic TV he went on: "[I'm] playing with a smile on my face.

"I'm just really enjoying it, the training has been fast and hard. It's been really tough but it benefits you in the long run. For the first couple of sessions you're a bit rusty but when you start getting the patterns and stuff everything just falls into place.

"He (Postecoglou) has had a few chats with the lads all together, he seems really good.

"It seems he's got his philosophy and wants to put that on to us."