Tony Mowbray is confident that Celtic remain firmly in the Scottish Premier League title hunt after they cut Rangers' lead at the top of the table to eight points.
The Bhoys' 2-0 win over Hearts, which came via goals from Glenn Loovens and Marc-Antoine Fortune, saw them reduce the deficit to Rangers after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Motherwell.
"I can't influence another team's results, but I know more points will be dropped," said Mowbray.
"We haven't had a lot of training time since the transfer window closed and we have five players living out of suitcases in hotels, which is never ideal for family men.
"But it's the quality of these players that will ensure we move on from this result.
"Robbie (Keane) could have had three or four goals and he knows it. But somewhere down the line he will make a team suffer because of his ability."