CELTIC breakthrough star Kristoffer Ajer spoke about the Glasgow Derby and how it was important for him to celebrate with the fans after a memorable victory.
The Norweigan, who was on-loan to Kilmarnock this time last season has enjoyed a great second half of the season after playing his way into Brendan Rodgers’ side.
The defender has shown he can be trusted and is calm under a lot of pressure.
It means a lot to the player that he has got his chance and just wants to share his joy with the fans even if that means nudging a steward trying to stop him.
“I just said I should deliver a strip there were no consequences afterwards. I have no idea who the boy was. I just saw that he was a young Celtic supporter who was very happy.
“We usually give away shirts when there are so many supporters there to support us. It’s a nice gesture.”
The Celtic defender just can’t get enough of the famous Celtic support and is appreciative of every fan that comes through the gates.
“The Celtic fans were voted the world’s best supporters last year. It really sums up the whole atmosphere. Nothing can be compared to our home stadium. When you play there you can not communicate. It’s wild.”