Celtic boss Tony Mowbray refused to give up the ghost in the SPL title race after a 2-1 home defeat by Hibernian left the Bhoys ten points adrift of Rangers.
Mowbray's men have won just twice in their last six league games, but the Englishman still hopes for a fine end to his first season in charge at the club.
He said: "Teams have dropped points this season, both halves of the Old Firm have, so we have to keep believing we are building a team and we have to hope it clicks into place.
"When I watch the matches and see the flow of the games I believe we can win every match.
"We have lost one at home all season in the league. I strongly believe that might be the last game we lose at home.
"Of course I'm concerned. I never said I wasn't concerned by the ten-point gap. My message is that as a coach I believe we can win every game.
"Is it right to believe we can win every game? I think so. Will we? Probably not."