Celtic signed Cameron Carter-Vickers on loan from Spurs after a deal was struck very late in the window.
The American will now join up with the club and get to work ahead of the domestic restart after the international break.
Celtic have been tracking the player for quite a while and an opportunity came very late in the day for Cameron to make the switch to Celtic.
The Hoops will have an option to buy the centre-back in the summer if impresses.
The 23-year-old has been at Spurs since he was eleven but before he made the move to the London club, he played for a boys club called Catholic Utd who wore green and white hoops.
After the deal went through, his old club congratulated the defender and claimed he was destined to wear the hoops.
Celtic made three deadline signings in the end and will be hoping all three can make a big contribution for the rest of the season.