ANGE POSTECOGLOU shrugged off a question on Rangers' lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership after Celtic's late win over Ross County.

The Parkhead boss was quizzed over the win that keeps Celtic within four points of Rangers at the top of the table on BBC Sportsound.

But Postecoglou delivered a no-nonsense response to the title challenge query as he insisted his only focus is on his side.

Asked about keeping the pressure on Rangers, he said: “Just important to get three points, I’m not really worried about anyone else."

The Celtic boss went on to discuss the decision to send off defender Carl Starfelt for two bookings in the second half.

The Swedish stopper was first cautioned for his protests after being left with a bloody nose from an aerial duel with Jordan White. He then saw red for a second yellow after pulling down Regan Charles-Cook as he surged towards the box.

But Postecoglou questioned the call as he urged players to focus on their game and not the "other things that potentially are trying to derail us".

Responding to a question on the red card, he said: “I think a few of the decisions went against us tonight but I’m not going to complain about it. We’re just trying to win games of football and that’s what I keep telling the lads.

“We just keep doing our thing and winning games of football and not worry about all these other things that potentially are trying to derail us."

Postecoglou was also sharp in response to a question over his side's desire as he hit back at the suggestion it looked like his side would have to settle for a point before Anthony Ralston's header in stoppage time.

A defiant Postecoglou said: “I don’t think we were settling for anything. At the end we were trying to win the game which shows the spirit of the lads that with ten men they were not going to settle for one point.

“That’s not what we’re about, they wanted to win that game and they did it."