Neil Lennon refused to answer questions about resigning after watching Celtic draw 1-1 at home to St Johnstone.
After being knocked out of three competitions before the start of December the hoops are now trailing by 13 points in the SPFL title race with hopes of 10-in-a-row hanging by a thread.
It took an equaliser from Moi Elyounoussi in the 84th minute to salvage a point and avoid making it five successive home defeats in a row. As it stands Celtic have won just two of their last 12 matches.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon says he won’t answer questions over whether he’ll resign as manager.
“If there needs to be a change so be it”
Admits they are making it very difficult for themselves in the title race@STVSport
— Ronnie Charters (@STVRonnie) December 6, 2020
Lennon made one change to the side that lost 4-2 to AC Milan on Thursday with Chris Jullien replacing Hatem Abd Elhamed in a three-man defence.
It was another flat, shapeless performance from Celtic as they toiled against competent opponents who were well organised and little else.
Celtic face Lille in the Europa League on Thursday with the big question being whether Lennon will still be in charge for that match.