"I don't care how many games there are" Celtic defender gives insight into the objectives

Kieran Tierney insists Celtic aren’t thinking about the upcoming winter-break as they have three huge matches before the new year.
Aberdeen are next to face Celtic – with the Hoops’ 7th game out of 9 this month – in a top of the table face off.
The Celts will then go on to play Dundee and Rangers. The hoops lost to Heart’s in a 4-0 hammering, ending their winning run of 69 games, and Aberdeen, Dundee and Rangers can expect to feel the wrath of the defeat, like Thistle did on Wednesday, Tierney scored a goal in the 2-0 win, say he is happy to be kept busy.
“Last Christmas I was out and I was gutted.
“Seeing the team winning and playing well, you always want to be a part of that.
“So I don’t care how many games there are, it is just good to be involved.
“I just want to play as many games as I can whenever I am fit and the gaffer wants me to play.
“We know we have three games and then we get the chance to wind down for the week.
“As the gaffer said, it has been constant for everyone for 18 months, you don’t get a break with the internationals but we will look forward to three big games first.”

Tierney says Celtic were in the form of their life when they beat Aberdeen.
“That night it just clicked for us.
“Our pressing and passing, it was a really good night. Aberdeen didn’t do anything wrong really, we just played well.”
With Roberts been sent back to Manchester City with injuries, Rogic is also out with an injury, how do you think Celtic will do in the last 3 games?