Celtic manager Tony Mowbray is confident that his side are close to being successful, despite a 1-1 draw at home to Falkirk dropping the Bhoys nine points behind Rangers.
Mowbray believes that his side just need to be more clinical to turn some good approach play into goals.
He commented: "I thought the team gave a good account of themselves and yet we didn't get the result.
"I see the quality the team possesses. We are not far away from being a team that can win consistently.
"I see a team dominating a football match, but at this moment not being able to kill teams off.
"I continue to go along the process of building a team and adding the ingredients that are required to do that. The transfer window presents an opportunity to add to this squad.
"We are working hard to do that, to give us the competition to provide the extra edge to turn tight games into victories, but there are no guarantees you can get the players in you are looking for."