When you’re a big club like Celtic, playing in a league in which you dominate, the pressure is on regardless of the situation.
Celtic are the dominant force in Scottish football, they’ve won in the most times, have won eight titles in succession and last season completed the treble for the third year in a row.
That kind of history means there are specific standards that the Bhoys are expected to meet, with fans unwilling to accept any deviation from it.
That’s something Kristoffer Ajer, who has been with Celtic since 2016, is more than aware of these days.
“Celtic is a tough club, with traditions of winning everything they participate in here at home,” he told TV 2.
“There is a little bit of pressure; you can’t turn up a Saturday here without winning.
“It’s a little different from other clubs, where you might lose one weekend and win the next, so that’s fine. Here you are always a couple of games away from disaster.”
Given Celtic’s dominance, it is often hard for the rest of the teams to compete, particularly when it comes to footballing styles.
That became very evident during Brendan Rodgers’ reign at the club when the Northern Irishman’s brand of attacking football lit up the division.
His style identified the difference between Celtic and the rest and Ajer claimed the biggest issue is teams playing a defensive brand of football.
“We only meet teams that play a low block, I haven’t met one team that is pushing us yet,” he added.
“Everyone should try to make it difficult for us, try to counter and look at the matches against us like a cup final.
“It is not enough to win the match either; some goals must be scored as well. There are great demands on us.”