Celtic head to Livingston tomorrow as they look to bounce back from Tuesday's loss to Feyenoord in the Champions League.

In terms of team news, Nat Phillips (ankle) remains a doubt for Celtic as Yuki Kobayashi, Mikey Johnston and Marco Tilio edge closer to fitness.

Liel Abada (thigh), Cameron Carter-Vickers, Maik Nawrocki (both hamstring) and Stephen Welsh (ankle) remain on the sidelines.

Livingston captain Mikey Devlin is a doubt due to the injury that forced him off towards the end of the last game against Ross County.

Sean Kelly is back in contention after his recent absence but Cristian Montano (calf) will miss out again.

Ahead of the match, Brendan Rodgers admitted his discontent with Celtic’s summer transfer business in the same week the club announced record profits.

The Celtic boss claimed every manager would want more signings, but he made it clear he was not satisfied with what transpired.

Celtic announced a record annual profit of £40.7million on Monday and revealed they had had £72.3m “net of bank borrowings” on June 30 this year, although they have since invested £15million on transfer fees.

The Scottish champions signed nine players this summer, but when asked if he was content with the business, Rodgers said: “No. No, I think if you ask any manager they will always be wanting more, of course.

“But we work with the players that’s here. I’m not saying that in any disrespectful way, I think every manager will tell you they maybe wished they could have done one or two more signings.

“But the window closed, we had the players we had in and I’m a coaching manager, and we will work with the very, very best players at our disposal to make our performance level the best we can possibly be.

“And now we are preparing already for the January window and the summer window.”