Karamoko Dembele was the star of the show again for Celtic reserves as they drew with St Mirren yesterday.
The 16-year-old winger has been a regular for the Hoops’ second string team this season and lined up from the start again for their league visit to St Mirren on Tuesday afternoon.
There’s much excitement about his emergence at the Scottish champions and he’s now old enough to get a first team debut under Neil Lennon.
And that can’t be far away with his performances continuing to back up the hype about his potential.
Celtic drew the game 3-3 and the highlights include two Dembele assists as well as some other moments of quality:
Surely he’ll be seen in the first team between now and the end of the season?
The England youth international has been a name on the lips of most Celtic fans since he made an appearance for their Under 20 team at just 13.
Now he looks like he has the height and weight to be able to cope playing at a higher level and his emergence in the first team could be huge for the club in the coming years.