Mulumbu: Impossible for Celtic to finish trophyless
The midfielder said there is 'no chance' Celtic won't win silverware this season.
Celtic midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu said no other team in Scotland can match their quality, despite their recent dip in form.
The Scottish champions currently sit fifth in the Premiership, after two defeats to Kilmarnock and Hearts, but Mulumbu has no concerns at this stage in the season.
Mulumbu believes there is 'no chance' Celtic won't win silverware this season and said that if they are to cut out their mistakes no team in Scotland can challenge.
Ahead of Sunday's clash with St Johnstone, he said: "When I speak with the lads in the dressing room, we aren't worried about it [league position].
"We know we are going to be at the top of the table.
"The only team that can beat us is ourselves.
"When we don't play our game and don't stick to plan we get punished.
"In every team there is an up and down, I think we just need to get the confidence back by fixing the details.
"When you look at game against St Johnstone in the cup we missed so many chances, we need to fix that. If we don't focus on those details, then its costs us like it did at Kilmarnock.
Brendan Rodgers side sit six points behind league leaders Hearts but Mulumbu said he expects to beat Craig Levein's side and Hibs to help them regain top spot in the league.
He added: "There is no worry at all about the league table because once we play Hearts and Hibs, once we beat them, we are going to be on the top."
"Because we are Celtic, and the quality we have in that dressing room.
"No other team have it in Scotland.
"There is no chance that we aren't going to win anything this season."