Zurawski said: "I know I can do better than I have done for Celtic," he said. "I have been signed to score goals and I have to say to the supporters those goals will come ... it's taking a while to settle down."
Celtic host Falkirk, who were drubbed 8-1 on their last visit, in the Scottish League Cup 11 months ago. Rangers travel to Aberdeen tomorrow. The champions have not lost any of their last 29 meetings in a run dating back to April 1998.
Early leaders Hearts are atDundee United, who they have beaten seven times in their last 10 games.Reuse content