Everything Ange Postecoglou said to Premier Sports after Celtic's 2-1 win over Alloa Athletic...

Ange, the aim of cup football is to get through and you are through to the next round - your thoughts?

That's the main thing that we got through. It wasn't a great night for us overall. We played okay and we thought we should have put them away earlier. The disappointing thing is that we have got a couple of significant injuries which puts a real dampener on everything.

Is there any early synopsis on Callum McGregor, Liel AAbada and Yosuke Ideguchi?

I think Liel and hopefully, Yosuke will be all right. Callum's is quite significant. We'll just have to wait and see.

Did you get a view of the tackle on Ideguchi by Niang as there were some suggestions it could have been a red card?

No. The referee deals with that, I was more disappointed by the injuries we got.

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Giorgos Giakoumakis came back into the team and got a goal and it was a wonderful strike by Abada, it was a great time to get the second wasn't it?

We could have been more clinical in front of the goal and we created some good chances that we could have taken. It was good for the two players to score and in the first half, the tempo could have been a lot quicker. I know with the pitch it is hard to do that and we over-complicated things at times and could have created more chances for ourselves.

Is that a slight concern by not putting games to bed by getting a third or fourth that you give them an opportunity to make things a little bit more nervy in the last 10 minutes?

To a certain extent, we should have taken our chances and been comfortable. It is not about that it is just about us having a consistent level of performance and we know what cup football is about and we got through and that is the most important thing.

A fifth-round against Raith Rovers, you have faced them before, what do you think of the draw?

The good thing is we are at Celtic Park which is a huge positive and as we saw today if you play away irrespective of the opposition it can be tricky and having it at home with our supporters there on our pitch is definitely an advantage to us.