Willie McStay has confirmed he will return to the club on Monday to take on a new role within youth recruitment.
The former Celtic player has not been at the club since his short stint between leaving Újpest FC and taking up the Ross County job back in 2010.
Before that he was head coach of the Celtic reserves between 2007-2009.
Willie also managed English side Celtic Nation and even lead them to their first ever trophy in the Cumberland Cup. Willie left his post as manager of the Celtic Nation after behind the scenes turmoil.
He now returns to Celtic fresh and raring to go in his new role.
We wish him all the best and welcome him back!
Hail Hail Willie!