This summer, Celtic require a large number of first-team players for the squad going into the 2021/22 season.
Whilst new manager Ange Postecoglou will be looking to add to his squad in the transfer window, he will also have to use some of the squad, which will remain at Parkhead.
One player who could have a revival with the appointment of the former Australian national team manager is Tom Rogic.
Rogic worked under the 55-year old with the Socceroos and had high praise for him, comparing him to former Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers a few years ago.
The 28-year old was also one of the players namechecked in Postecoglou’s first official interview as Celtic manager.
Last season, Rogic struggled with injury problems at times, but during certain spells in the side, he showed he still possesses some quality that we have seen in the past.
Of course, consistency was a big issue for most of the Celtic side under Neil Lennon and John Kennedy last season, including Rogic.
We all know what he is like in his best form. At times, the attacking midfielder is unplayable and up there with the best in the country with the things he can do with a football at his feet.
Just 12 months ago, it looked as though his Celtic career was coming to an end with a move to Qatar. Some even expected it could be over this summer, depending on the new manager.
But with Postecoglou taking up the role, it will be interesting to see what the future holds for Rogic at Celtic and if he can get back to his free-flowing best once again under his former National boss.