As you’ll no doubt be aware, the Hoops are fresh from recording an historic season, after winning the domestic treble without losing a single match on route.
Even the most ardent Celtic fan would accept the run will eventually end, but Sinclair is confident he and his team-mates can keep it going, and could even make it through two entire campaigns without incurring a defeat.
Speaking at a press conference today, via the Daily Record, the former Man City man said when asked about the prospect doing it all again: “I’d like to think so. When we go into these games we’ll be looking to do exactly the same as we did last year.
“I think we’re much stronger now (than at the beginning of last season). Throughout last year, game by game I thought we improved dramatically from the start to the finish.
“We started well and finished even stronger.
“If we can do that again going into this season then hopefully we can do the same.
“Everyone will be trying to beat us this year because we went unbeaten. Everyone will be trying to get out of the blocks quick and try to stop us. I’m sure Aberdeen will be up there and every team will be trying to win.”
Sinclair was talking after returning to the club for pre-season training, with the Hoops’ Champions League qualifying campaign set to begin in July.
But what do you make of his assertion that Celtic could go two seasons without losing? Does he have every reason to be confident, or is it a bit disrespectful to the other teams in the Premiership?