ALBIAN AJETI says he has nothing to prove after hitting his first goals for Celtic since February, with the striker insisting that he will find the net if he is given time on the park.

Ajeti hit a second half double in Celtic’s 3-0 win, putting a gloss on the scoreline for the home side, who had laboured to make the breakthrough before Cameron Carter-Vickers’ deflected shot looped over Ross Laidlaw.

Ajeti had cut a largely frustrated figure to that point, but he says that he will get goals for Celtic if he is trusted to start matches more often.

“I had nothing to prove because I have been training very well and working very hard every day so I don’t need to prove anything to anyone,” Ajeti said. “If I play and get starts in games then I will score.

“We play with high intensity and high pressing where we create many chances and we will always score lots of goals. It doesn’t matter who scores but if we have the chances then I’ll be there to score the goals.

“I am happy about any start I can get at Celtic. The performance was important for us and we performed as well as we have for the last couple of weeks.

“We did a lot well today and I’m happy to help the team with goals in what was a tough game.”