Everything Brendan Rodgers said to Celtic TV, following his side's 0-0 draw to Hibernian at Easter Road...

Brendan, a draw on the day, despite 20 shots on goal and a lot of possession. Give us your thoughts on the result and the performance.

It was a tough game for us, coming to Easter Road. I thought we dominated the game without really affecting it too much in the final third until the last 20 minutes. We had to play with more speed earlier on, the game was too slow for us. We were too comfortable in the game with our passing and didn’t have enough energy and penetration in the game. That was a disappointment. I think after we made the subs, they came in and affected the dynamic of the game and we started to play quicker and we started to connect more. When you’re making more passes at that speed, then it tires the opposition out. We had a lot of efforts on goal, but just couldn’t quite make the breakthrough.

Alistair Johnston had to go off in the game with a head injury. We saw him on the pitch at the end but can you give us just a little update on his condition?

I think he’s okay. He had the ball whacked at him from close range and didn’t feel great. We didn’t want to take any risks with him, so we brought him off and put Tony (Ralston) in. 

The focus now switches to St Mirren, the games are coming really quick Brendan. They were 4-0 winners today, so that is another tough test on Wednesday, isn’t it?

Yeah, they’re all tough games. I have to say, we have played 10 games so far in the league, eight we’ve won and two we’ve drawn, and we’ve been to every tough ground in the country away from home. Today we weren’t quite at our best but we’ll take a point and we’ll go on to Wednesday now.