Brendan Rodgers insists Celtic need to 'sort it out' on the pitch.

The traveling Hoops fans called for Peter Lawwell to leave the club during today's 1-1 draw at Pittodrie. 

A section of the support held a banner aloft airing their frustrations at the lack of activity in the January transfer window.

Nicolas Kuhn came off the bench to rescue a point for the champions against Aberdeen who took the lead through Bojan Miovski.

And it turned out to be a disappointing afternoon for Rodgers, who watched on as his team dropped more points in the title race with Rangers.

"It's two points dropped," he told Sky Sports. "We had chances, good chances, in the first half. You could see Aberdeen were a little bit nervous in the game and we had to try exploit that. 

"In the second half we were loose with our passing. I think the big thing when you play in this type of game, you go out and win your first, second and third balls when it's that direct style. 

"For the first goal, we were loose with our passing, then they make two passes and the guy [Miovski] is in on goal. We're disappointed with that.

"The reaction of the players was really good. They threw everything at the game and looked like we could get the goal. It's good for Nick [Kuhn] that he gets his first goal. After that it was about trying to keep knocking on the door and seeing if we could make the breakthrough, but it didn't quite happen.

"We got into some really good areas, sadly we just couldn't make that count. We had some really good bits of play but just couldn't make that finish.

"I thought second half we weren't as aggressive without the ball. When the ball is direct, there were too many times where there striker is coming off and is comfortable. There was no contact and then he could set the game up. 

"Also, with counter-press, you need to really be there and have that hunger to win the ball. If you haven't got that intensity with you don't have the ball then of course when you have the ball it's difficult to just then be so aggressive. It comes hand in hand."

On Kuhn specifically, he said: "He's not just here for a few games, he's here for the longer term. He's still getting up to speed having had his break and a little bit of illness. 

"He can add that threat for us in behind but also give us that option whether he starts or comes off the bench to get goals. We hope it's something we can see more of."

Then asked if he had a message for the fans, who made their frustrations clear throughout the game, Rodgers assured them he is determined to get things right again.

He said: "There's lots of games to go. We have to sort it out on the field. It's my job as manager to ensure we can get up to the levels we need to consistently. 

"We had a good run up to the break, came back, the cup performance, as you'd expect, was good, but the last couple of performances have not been to quite the level we want to be at. That's on us to sort out."