Neil Lennon has noticed a massive change in mentality during his time at Hibs, and hopes to use the match against Celtic to lift it even further.
Seconded place Hibernian travel to Celtic Park, one point above the Celts.
He wants his team to get to point where even if they win they won’t even need to celebrate.
He said: “We have performed very well but that’s in the past. Tomorrow is a different day, different circumstances. But the mentality of the team has pleased me a lot over the past couple of years.
He added: “Of course, yes, but for a short period of time,” Lennon said. “If we go there and get a positive result, we will take it and move on. We are not going to dwell on it or celebrate it for a week, like we used to do.
“We want to be in that position where we go to the big clubs and perform and get positive results and we come away and go: ‘Good job, on to the next game’.
“I don’t get this talk of a title challenge and this, that and the other. If we’re 20 games in or 25 games in and we’re in the same position then we can start talking about being contenders. But for now we are very pleased with the progress we are making, but that’s all it is, progress.