CRAIG GORDON has set his sights on grabbing his own piece of Celtic history as the club's most decorated goalie.

The man currently between the sticks at Celtic Park has won seven major honours since joining in 2014, including three league titles, three League Cups and a Scottish Cup.

That haul places him just two behind the legendary Packie Bonner and within sight of Ronnie Simpson, and despite now being just a few weeks shy of his 35th birthday, the Scotland No.1 is showing no signs of stopping now.

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He said: "That keeps you going and fresh and motivated to try and do these things.

"I wanted to get to 50 caps for Scotland and Alan Rough has 53 caps and I have 52, so that's the next one I want to get to and become the second-most capped Scotland goalkeeper.

"I am two major honours behind Packie Bonner and not far behind Ronnie Simpson, so I will try and get to that and surpass them to be the most decorated goalkeeper in Celtic's history.

"That would be a great thing to achieve.

"It would be huge for me. It's a massive thing to aim for and it's a great motivation, not only for me but everyone coming into training every day, to keep winning matches, game after game and session after session, putting everything in, to making it work, so when you finally hang up your boots you have achieved something that no-one else has done. That drives me every day.

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"It's a special times for the club with the way we are playing and the trophies we are winning and I just want to keep doing that as long as possible."

The more immediate challenge for Gordon will be trying to take Celtic's domestic unbeaten run to 68 when they go to Easter Road on Sunday.

Earlier this season it took a stunning stop from the former Hearts man to deny Steven Whittaker, and he is relishing the challenge of going back to face his old Edinburgh rivals.

He told the Celtic View: "They are a good team and a difficult side to play against on their day. If they get it right then they have a lot of players in their team who can win matches and score goals.

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"It’s one we will have to be at our best for, especially away from home, to make sure we play our game and impose our game on Hibs to make sure we come out with the win.

"There are a few difficult ones we have played this season. Aberdeen and Motherwell who are also at the top end of the league have also been tough. There are no easy games, especially away from home and it’s always going to be difficult. We have to impose ourselves and battle to win the fight to make sure we have the right to play our type of football and the way we want to play."