Celtic defender Cameron Carter-Vickers has revealed that he does not have a huge social media presence.

The USA stopper admitted that he has not seen any of the reaction to the Scottish champions 6-0 Champions League caning against Atletico Madrid in the Civitas Metropolitano on Tuesday night.

The bruising defeat leaves Celtic bottom of Group E with just one solitary point but amazingly still in with a shout of qualifying for both the knockout stages of the Champions League and Europa League with two matches to go.

However Carter-Vickers hasn't ventured online to see the social media reaction whether it be hysterical or otherwise.

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The 25-year-old insists that all his focus and energy has been directed on how Celtic will defeat Aberdeen on Sunday at Parkhead as Brendan Rodgers side look to maintain their unbeaten start to the Scottish Premiership campaign.

Carter-Vickers said: "I don't see a lot of social media and stuff like that to be honest. It's hard for me to kind of say. I think one thing we are good at here as a group is getting that energy back up.

"It's natural after a loss like that everybody is a bit flat and a bit down. After you have got over that initial emotion the key thing is to bring the energy levels back up on the training ground and refocus for your next game as quickly as possible."

You can read Cameron Carter-Vickers full Q+A on The Celtic Way by clicking HERE.