ANGE POSTECOGLOU faces an anxious wait to find out the extent of Tom Rogic's injury after the midfielder limped off against Hibernian.

Rogic was in sensational form as he conducted the Celtic attack to roar into a 3-0 lead in the opening half hour at Easter Road, but went off soon after Hibs had pulled a goal back clutching his hamstring.

The Australian will be assessed today, and Postecoglou has his fingers crossed for good news after the recent brilliant form he has displayed for his team.

“Tom did feel something in his hamstring," Postecoglou said. "It’s wait and see. We’ll just assess it.

“He’s never done one before so he was confused by it as well.

"He was outstanding in the first half. His ability to find space is second to none.

"We had three quick boys up front who we knew were quick tonight, technically good, and Tommy was key to getting the best out of them and opening it up.

"He’s played a lot for us, so he’s one I’d probably be looking to rest for the weekend anyway, but hopefully he’s OK.

"I’m not that good, I’m not really sure, he said it didn’t feel too bad, so we’ll assess that [on Thursday].”

Postecoglou was delighted with the overall performance of his men in the win over Hibs, saying they are getting closer to his vision of how he wants them to play football.

"It felt that after the international break, it was a kind of beginning for us," he said. "We had been trying to grind our way through a series of games.

"After the international break, I felt we could really start now, building the team we want to be.

"We’re still improving. We’re still very much embryonic in terms of the players understanding what they have to do. But we’re getting there."