The English winger, 28, has been a revelation since signing for the Hoops from Aston Villa last summer, scoring a sensational 25 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions.
That sort of blistering form saw Sinclair win not only the club’s Player of the Year Award but also the Players’ Player of the Year Award, and as he collected his second prize, the former Manchester City man was keen to let it be known just how happy he is in Glasgow, as well as thanking Brendan Rodgers:
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Under any other circumstances, Celtic would usually be bracing themselves for bids for a player like Sinclair from the Premier League, but given he’s spent the vast majority of his career in England to date, it seems unlikely he’ll be going anywhere any time soon.
What do you think of Sinclair’s season so far? And what do you think of his acceptance speech?