The attacker has been on loan at the Dons from the Hoops since January and has impressed in the 15 games he’s played.
Christie has managed to score seven times and assisted two for his team-mates while helping them to second in the Scottish Premiership and the Scottish Cup Final.
He should return to Parkhead in the summer and fancy himself to play a part for Brendan Rodgers’ men – despite his inability to break into the team before being sent out on loan.
Christie has shown enough in his 13 games with Celtic for fans to know he’s got plenty of talent for a 22-year-old wideman.
But his two goals for Aberdeen against Partick at Firhill yesterday come as a reminder, at an ideal time for Christie, that he’s capable of playing at the top level:
How good was that second finish? Considering his left foot is mean to be his bad one, that’s some strike!
Aberdeen play Celtic in the Cup Final at Hampden this Saturday, but Christie won’t be able to play because of the loan agreement between the teams.