Celtic winger Scott Sinclair has insisted that the Parkhead side will roll their sleeves up and get on with it against Hibs on Wednesday night, despite a catalogue of injury problems. There were an four players added to a burgeoning injury list yesterday with Mikael Lustig, Odsonne Edouard, James Forrest and Ryan Christie all crocked in the 2-0 win over St Johnstone. Kristoffer Ajer's red-card means that he will also have to sit out of the game against the Easter Road side. "I think we have showed that we have been able to cope with adversity," said Sinclair. "We have players here who are always willing to put their bodies on the line and play for the jersey. So we know that whoever comes in, they will give their all for the team. "It is frustrating for some of the guys, especially the like of Odsonne who has just got back fit, but it is just football, as difficult as it can be. But hopefully they will all be back as soon as possible and we won't allow it to take away from what we need to do. "There was pressure on us going up to Perth knowing that we had to win and there will be pressure against on Wednesday night, but I think we have always shown that we can respond and deal with that." Timo Weah came off the bench to set up James Forrest for the opening goal in what had been a largely frustrating day for Celtic before then adding a second goal himself. And Sinclair has applauded the enthusiastic start the teenager has made at the club. "He can't do much more than that," he said. "He came on and helped us to open up the game and I think he is is loving it just now. "He has worked hard since he arrived and has fitted straight in. Hopefully there will be a few more to come from him between now and the end of the season." Sinclair himself played a key role in that definitive second goal with the Englishman maintaining that the performance as a whole showcased Celtic's hunger not to slip up. "I don't think anyone could question our desire," he said. "I think you saw that with our second-half performance. "The manager has told us that we might need to be patient but we knew that we would get chances. "What you saw was a team who always want to win. We won't ever give up and we are a team who will play until the very last whistle. "We always have that desire and commitment. We wanted to keep up the recent run of results and we are delighted that we have done that. "It was also another clean sheet that helps us so it is a real team performance. We just want to keep it going now and that means making sure that we go into the Hibs game with the same mentality. "We never take anything for granted. We work for everything and we'll look to keep our momentum going on Wednesday night, no matter who it is who starts the game."