Celtic weekend goal hero Scott Sinclair has quashed any rumour or chat about a potential Parkhead exit after being benched for a large part of the early season.
The Englishman has played a cameo role for the club so far this term with Brendan Rodgers opting for other options up front.
However, the attacking midfielder took full advantage of Odsonne Edouard’s dead leg injury during the Aberdeen game, scoring a rather cheeky winner for the bhoys against the Dons – his first Celtic Park goal in NINE months.
Sinclair’s first season at Celtic was outstanding with the player winning many accolades.
The midfielder’s second season had goals but not the performances that seen Celtic fans make up perhaps the most catchy Celtic player tune we have ever heard at Parkhead.
This season, with Celtic struggling, the player has been sitting on the bench frustrated but has made it clear and in no uncertain terms he had no designs on leaving Glasgow.
“No, it was never in my mind that I wanted to leave the club,” said Sinclair. “I love it here. I love the fans, I love the club and when I scored on Saturday you could see the emotion. It is pure joy.”
The Celtic star has always maintained his love for the club since coming in and how much he enjoys it.
If he can get back to half the form of his first season he will be a genuine asset.
Let’s see if that goal helps him kick on.