Three victories on the spin don't make a summer ... granted but from ​small acorns and all that.

Whisper it quietly though.

There appears to be some momentum gathering in Glasgow's East End.

Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou would hate the hyperbole that has sprung up from his side's clinical dismantling of Jablonec in the Europa League (7-2 on aggregate) sandwiched in between the impressive 6-0 home hammering of Dundee in the Scottish Premiership last week.

This hysteria is all of the Aussie's making though. The Celtic supporters have bought into 'Angeball' from the off.

The high-tempo, scintillating, swashbuckling, attacking football is in Celtic's DNA.

Jock Stein's team most certainly did it, Tommy Burns' team did it and Martin O'Neill's team also performed it on occasion.

To play football the Celtic Way if you like.

It is a small wonder that Ange's style and footballing philosophy has captured the imagination of the Celtic fans despite its infancy.

In the last seven days alone, Celtic have scored 13 goals, conceded two and kept two clean sheets in the process.

These were feats that ended up being rendered nigh impossible for a Celtic team last season and who failed miserably to deliver the coveted ten league titles in a row.

Celtic also clawed three vital league points back on champions Rangers which they contrived to lose against Hearts on the opening day of the season as well as advancing to the Europa League play-off round.

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Ange's men now face Dutch Eredivisie outfit AZ Alkmaar for the right to compete in the Europa League group stages.

The Celtic supporters on the face of it appear to be back onside.

To all intents and purposes, this looks every inch a team of players who are now starting to buy what their manager is selling after an inauspicious start when they were bundled out of the Champions League by Danish outfit FC Midtjylland.

It may also have helped that Rangers were denied access to a £40 million bounty this week when Steven Gerrard's men succumbed to old Swedish foes Malmo in the Champions League.

Perception is everything in football and somehow the Scottish football pendulum has swung back in Celtic's favour in the space of a week.

Ange will be only too aware that is the fickle nature of the business that we all love and adore.

Whatever it is there is very much hope in every Celtic supporter's heart moving forward - allied to that smile on their faces.

It's a joy that has been missing from the Celtic faithful for the best part of 18 months.

Take last night's Jablonec tie for instance. Even allowing for the standard of the opposition the Czechs were put to the sword in a clinical manner in a routine 3-0 victory at Celtic Park.

The 7-2 aggregate scoreline reflects a dominance rarely enjoyed by Celtic in any European adventure.

A full-house crowd in Paradise certainly helped to roar the players almost nonchalantly over the line in this one. It's all down to one man - Ange.

The Aussie is well aware that his defence is desperately in need of repair. He wants new signings ahead of the AZ Alkmaar first leg clash next week.

"What I would like and what can happen, the reality of that is different", said the manager in the aftermath of the Jablonec game.

He is slowly but surely working his magic and stamping his authority all over the Celtic team. Let's look at the evidence.

The deployment of Callum McGregor in the midfield where he is operating as an American football quarterback looks like a stroke of tactical genius.

McGregor sees the game in pictures and more often than not is two or three steps ahead of his rivals on a football park. A deeper role enables him to view the whole football terrain and be at the hub of everything creative for Celtic. The skipper has not let his manager down.

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David Turnbull's form took a dip recently but he has back to his goalscoring best against Jablonec with two goals that were taken with huge aplomb. The former Motherwell star has set such a high bar that it was preposterous to suggest that he should be sold after a couple of bad days at the office.

Ange knows a baller when he sees one. A player with skill, vision, technique and a keen eye for goal. Turnbull is a baller all right.

Under Ange, Ryan Christie is also turning in the kind of displays that have Celtic supporters wanting to nail him down on a new bumper contract rather than nail him to the wall.

Perhaps the greatest man-management feat of them all so far in Ange's repertoire has been the ability to have played some kind of Jedi-mind trick involving fellow countryman Tom Rogic. He looks like a new player and has been transformed.

The Australian internationalist is now marrying performances alongside the natural ability that every Celtic supporter knows he possesses.

Rogic has delivered many big game moments for Celtic in his career and at 28 years of age was another who looked like he was heading for the Parkhead exit door. Not anymore as his prime years may yet come under Ange.

In attack, rising Japanese star Kyogo Furuhashi has taken Scottish football by storm.

Four goals in four appearances including a dream debut hat-trick against Dundee at Celtic Park has seen expectations rise. Kyogo certainly looks to be a wise investment at £4.5m.

The striker is going to become the bane of Scottish referees and their assistant's definition of a living nightmare.

He's is lightning quick and he plays on the shoulders of defenders so with no VAR in Scotland, he is certain to be involved in marginal calls all season.

The player's speed, quickness of thought as well as overall game intelligence have already drawn comparisons to two great Celtic strikers - Henrik Larsson and Jorge Cadete.

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All this means there is much joy and positivity oozing from the Celtic supporters. 

They might need to just take a step back and temper their enthusiasm - it's still early days. 

It is up to Dominic McKay and the hierarchy to entrust Ange with more millions to spend and ensure that he ends the August transfer window with the squad he desperately craves.

The Scottish Premiership winners get the spoils this season with automatic entry into the Champions League and a prize pot of £40 million. The stakes could not be higher and winning the title this season is arguably more important than winning the ten.

Ange has brought a feel-good factor back to Celtic. What price on it lasting the whole season and beyond? It's now over to the CEO and the Celtic hierarchy to deliver and back Ange's revolution and not undersell it.

Now that really would be the Celtic Way of doing things.