Motherwell manager Stuart McCall insists Celtic will still win the SPL title this season as his team sit top of the table after six games.
The Steelmen beat Dundee thanks to Michael Higdon’s double, keeping them a point ahead of Hibernian.
However McCall says his men aren’t realistic championship challengers.
He said: "The top-of-the-league stuff is irrelevant to me. It is about amassing points at this stage and getting the three points is the big thing.
"It's nice for the players and their families to look and see they are top of the league but I think we all know where the title is going to end up come the end of the season so there is no excitement in that part of it.
"The determination and drive is just to keep getting the points. We got off to a good start last season and we've done that up until now this time around."
Motherwell fell behind to Colin Nish’s header before striker Higdon struck.
McCall added: "We said at half-time we still believed that we could go on and win the game if we just upped the tempo.
"I don't want to make excuses but the grass was a little long and sticky. We have a few boys in the team that like to dribble with it so it didn't really suit them.
"We were mindful of Dundee getting a great result at Tynecastle, going 1-0 up early on and sitting in and defending the lead.
"They defended well in the first half but I just felt that if our creative players could come to the fore then we could come back and win the game and thankfully we did that."
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