CRAIG GORDON has revealed he’s been swotting up on how to become the goalkeeper Brendan Rodgers wants for Celtic.
Gordon came on at half-time in the 6-1 win over Kilmarnock, after losing his place to the Dutchman for a number of games.
And the Scotland international has admitted he’s put in extra hours in a bid to convince Rodgers he has all the qualities the Irishman is looking for in his first choice No1.
Gordon said: “I spoke to the manager when he said he was going to put Dorus in the team, but I haven’t spoken to him since then. I’ve gone away, worked hard and also did my homework on what he likes his goalkeepers to do.
“I want to improve my own game so when I do get back I can adapt more to what he is looking for.
“I am still learning. I want to do as well as I can and if I can do the things he is looking for his goalkeeper to do, I’ll do that and keep my standards up so I can get a run in the team.”