Neil Lennon claims Celtic would be even further clear of Rangers if VAR had been implemented in Scotland this season.
The Hoops boss is in favour of introducing the technology after it emerged the SFA are set to ask clubs whether they'd be willing to contribute to the estimated £1million bill to bring it in.
Celtic and Rangers will get a first taste of VAR in the Europa League last 32 and it's also sparked controversy in the English Premier League this term.
Without mentioning specific incidents, Lennon believes his side's Premiership advantage would stretch beyond five points had the system been available to referees.
The Hoops boss was frustrated after a pair of penalty claims were not given in the 1-1 draw with Hibs back in September.
"We had the meeting this time last year, the majority of managers and the three heads of the refereeing fraternity were all in favour of it," he said.
"If they bring it in, then great. It would please me, because we would be further clear in the league by now.
"It's not perfect but, in the main, they get 80-90 per cent of the decisions right.
"There's a constant source of frustration sometimes with decisions. The offside decisions at times are ludicrous.
"We're talking millimetres and I think that could definitely be analysed more.
"But, in terms of clear cut decisions, I think it would help."