It may be out of sight, out of mind for some in the Celtic support but some of them might be seeing Lewis Morgan when they sign into Netflix soon enough.
The Celtic midfielder who is spending the second half of the season out on loan to Sunderland is currently trying to help the club and his old St Mirren boss Jack Ross get promoted back to the Championship.
The former Premier League side has been struggling the past few years as they look to get back to the Premier League one step at a time.
‘Sunderland Til I Die’ season one was a hit on Netflix, so much so they are currently recording series 2 with cameras given near enough full access to all the players and management at Sunderland.
Asked if he’d made it in front of the documentary cameras since moving to the club a month ago, Lewis admitted he might have played a cameo role in some of the footage being filmed.
“I’ve made a few cameo appearances so far,” Morgan told SunSport.
“It’s weird having cameras about so often but I enjoyed watching the first series, so hopefully I come across well.”
Lewis is due back at Celtic in the summer where he will be welcomed by a new Celtic manager, whether that be Neil Lennon or somebody else.