Brendan Rodgers has issued a rallying cry to his Celtic players to finish the season in style as he warned "we are not here on holiday".

The Parkhead manager has demanded his players adopt his mantra to win in the best fashion possible and not sneak over the line.

Celtic currently lead the Scottish Premiership with a three-point gap over Rangers at the top of the table.

And Rodgers has urged his players to seize the opportunity of a league and cup double having set up a Celtic vs Rangers Scottish Cup final date next month after victory over Aberdeen

Speaking to Celtic TV, Rodgers said: "That is the expectation. We are not here on holiday.

"We are here to win and we are here to win in the best fashion that we possibly can. That has always been my mantra.

"It's not just about winning, you have to win in the best way possible. I think we sense that and we feel that as a club and that is the excitement around it.

"Everything is in our hands to achieve what we want to achieve, so that is what we are focussing on."

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Rodgers' demand comes after Cameron Carter-Vickers agreed there is no room to slip up for Celtic.

The Parkhead centre-back said: “It’s still tight in the table. Three points is nothing. That’s one game.

“So, we’re fully focused on trying to perform in the next five league games.”

On the business end of the season, he added: “We’ve got our place in one cup final.

“Does it feel like we have five more in the league before then? One hundred per cent.

“We will probably need to win all of games in the league to get to where we want to be.

“They are all big games coming up now – five in the league and then the cup final. So, we’ve six games left, and they are all must-perform and must-win for us.”