Celtic assistant boss John Kennedy was the man answering the questions after the win over Aberdeen with Neil Lennon focusing on a post-match fitness session.
The Hoops manager watched his side race five points clear of Rangers thanks to goals from Christopher Jullien and Odsonne Edouard either side of Sam Cosgrove's strike in the 2-1 victory before starting his own victory lap.
And it was Kennedy who spoke to the media with the Irishman looking to stay fighting fit with a pair of big fixtures on the horizon.
Celtic face St Mirren on Boxing Day before taking on Rangers on December 29 in front of their home suport.
BBC's Richard Gordon confirmed Lennon was pushing the pace at the final whistle from his gantry position inside the stadium.
And Kennedy was full of praise for Celtic's on-field pace-setter Edouard who grabbed the vital winner just when it appeared the Dons were coping with the onslaught midway through the second period.
Kennedy said: "It's his intelligence, it's his movement, he is very quick and knows how to use his body.
"When he was out the team we missed him, guys came in and did a terrific job, but he gives us something extra.
"His cleverness to link the play, he brings players into the game from there, with the pace we have on the pitch we are able to penetrate.
"He is a very clever player, we love having him in the team, when he's fit, which he has been for much of the season, he certainly gives us that extra edge.
"Another great performance, and he's probably not fairly up to speed in terms of fitness, but that game will serve him well going into the next few games."
And Kennedy reckons the result was more important than the performance despite being impressed with his side's efforts against the Dons.
He added: "The last several games have been a bit a like that in terms of our general play and performance, which has been terrific, and the scoreline probably hasn't reflected our chances and quality of play.
"It's an important win, a busy schedule, a busy period and a tough month. The important thing is the result."