Australia midfielder Tom Rogic has heaped praise on Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, saying that the Northern Irish manager is helping be the best he can be.
Celtic performed outstandingly last season under Rodgers as they secure a historic double treble by defeating Motherwell 2-0 in the Scottish Cup final on 19th May.
Rogic has been an integral part of the Celtic squad and he believes that Rodgers demands more from his players every day, which makes the Bhoys thirst for more and more.
The 26-year-old thinks the best of his career came out under Rodgers, but at the same time wishes he keeps learning and helps the club to a greater height. He has now declared Rodgers the best manager of his career.
Rogic told Morning Australia: “I think working under him is very intense.
“He challenges you every day and certainly doesn’t allow for anyone to become complacent or rest on what they might have achieved in one moment.
“There’s always the desire to achieve more and become successful.
“He’s challenging me and I feel as though I play my best football under him, and hopefully I can continue my progress and development to become better.”
Rogic, who played 41 games for the Hoops last season and bagged eight goals for the side, is now preparing for the World Cup with the Australia national team and will be hoping to see his through to the knockout stages.