Neil Lennon remains reluctant to change anything in his second week as Celtic manager but he has seen room for improvement in certain aspects of their attacking play.
Lennon vowed to simply try to continue Brendan Rodgers' work after replacing the new Leicester boss as Celtic push for a hat-trick of domestic trebles, and he sealed wins over Hearts and Hibernian in his first few days back in charge.
And the former Celtic captain has been impressed with the systems in place as assistant manager John Kennedy provides continuity in his first full week of training.
"The organisational side of things is tremendous and preparation is key," Lennon said. "We have some great professionals in the backroom staff who set a really high standard in terms of their professionalism and that emanates down to the players as well.
"Everything is there for the players, everything is there for the staff. Obviously I will have my own look at things in the analysis side of things because I know most of the teams quite well.
"But I haven't wanted to change anything really. Obviously you have your own opinion on things, you try to get your points across, but not too many. The team has been going well, we have had two great results so far."
However, Lennon has pinpointed certain targets as he approaches his return to Celtic Park, with Aberdeen the visitors in tomorrow's Scottish Premiership game.
"I think we can score more goals," he said. "I think we can get the ball forward a little bit quicker. We have great pace in wide areas and through the middle in an attacking sense so I would like us to utilise that a little bit quicker if we can.
"Maybe just varying attacks a bit more when we get into the final third - but you can't have everything. The lads have been absolutely fantastic this season, the last two seasons and certainly in my tenure so far, they have played great."