Lewis Morgan has earned some new fans after his impressive cameo for Scotland.
The new Celtic winger got just 20 minutes of the friendly against Peru in the early hours of this morning, replacing Matt Phillips for his international debut.
His call-up was a huge achievement in itself considering Morgan has spent the full season with St Mirren in the Championship.
But getting off the bench will just add to the hype that surrounds his switch to the Hoops this summer – and much more will be expected of him after seeing this cameo.
Morgan was a constant threat on the wing and showed manager Alex McLeish that he has something to offer for the Tartan Army.
Fans were certainly impressed:
1 run and Lewis Morgan is Scotland’s man of the match so far 😂 ffs #PERUvSCOTLAND
— Robbie Lynch (@RobbieLynch1995) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan makes impression right away
— Clare (@ScotlandClare) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan 🤤🤤🤤🤤😍😍😍
— Estrella MC (@estrellachocano) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan has been on for 1 minute & is already Scotland’s MOTM.
— Raffles (@metalrafferty) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan man of the match for us already and he’s just not long on as a sub. Should start next game in Mexico.😎🍀 #ScotlandinPeru
— David "super hyper ultra mega" Terrasidius🌹 (@Terrasidius) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan didn't look out of place will be some player in a decent team🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀🍀
— James Mullen (@JamesMu19560690) May 30, 2018
lewis morgan did more in 5 minutes than Phillips did whilst he was on.
— HMFCEdit (@HMFCedit) May 30, 2018
One outright positive: huge fan of Lewis Morgan coming on and adding YET ANOTHER left-footer to Scotland's ranks #class
— Grant Jendo 🏴 (@odneJ) May 30, 2018
Lewis Morgan Scotland’s best player when he came on, no surprise there. Both McGinn and McLean starting too. Shame they didn’t have Samson in goals as well! Archer had a stinker 👎🏻
— smactive (@stmirrenactive) May 30, 2018
Morgan actually signed for Celtic in January, but returned to St Mirren on loan immediately – and helped fire them to the Championship title under Jack Ross.
He’ll now hope to contribute as heavily to Celtic’s push for an eighth Premiership title and success in both domestic cups as well as in Europe.