Celtic are only looking to get past Inverness in the Scottish Cup at the weekend.
Joe Ledley and the rest of the Celtic squad are only looking at Saturday's game in the Highland capital in the Scottish Cup and forgetting all about Sunday's win over Falkirk in the League Cup and being top of the SPL. The Parkhead side are on track for a domestic treble but will only be looking to extend their winning run to 15 games. Their lead in the league stands at a single point with a a game in hand. However, Ledley insists the focus will be solely on Saturday's game in Inverness. He said: "We're on a good run at the moment and we always say it, but we have to take each game as it comes. We're putting the Falkirk game behind us now. It's good knowing we have a final coming up but we're forgetting about that for the moment. And we don't get back to league business for a while so we're not thinking about that just now either. We're away to Caley Thistle at the weekend in another cup tournament, and we want to win that one too. It's going to be difficult, it always is up there, and Caley will be desperate to progress in the cup themselves. But we're looking strong just now and we have a lot of players back from injury now. The manager can change things at any time so we have to keep doing well in training to stay in the team and be a part of this run."
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