CELTIC midfielder David Turnbull has revealed that the Parkhead club's players and management held a meeting in the aftermath of their 1-0 defeat to Livingston on Sunday to pinpoint where the match went wrong.

The Premiership runners-up's poor form on the road continued after Livi's Andrew Shinnie scored the only goal of the game miday through the first half as David Martindale's men held on for a valuable three points.

Turnbull admits that his side's performance in the defeat - Celtic's third away from home in the league already this season - "wasn't good enough" but with a Premier Sports Cup quarter-final with Raith Rovers to look forward to on Thursday night, the midfielder is happy that he won't have long to wait to try and rectify the loss.

And after a meeting between Ange Postecoglou, his coaching staff and the players, Turnbull is confident his team can get back to winning ways at home to John McGlynn's side.

"We know Sunday wasn't good enough, but the games are coming thick and fast," Turnbull reasoned.

Glasgow Times:

"It's just about putting that right with the game tomorrow and we are all looking forward to it.

"We had a meeting during the week after it [the Livingston defeat] and we were just discussing everything.

"Where we felt we went wrong, how to put things right and put our style of play to good use - what we have been doing.

"It's just about doing that in every game and we have went over that, and hopefully it starts clicking for us now."