AIDEN MCGEADY has expressed his desire to finish his career at Celtic.
The former Celtic youth graduate is currently playing league one football down south with Sunderland but admitted the chance to head back to Parkhead for a swansong would be nice.
McGeady left Celtic back in 2010 for Spartak Moscow who paid £9million for the star.
Since then the winger has played for Everton, Sheffield Wednesday, Preston North End and now Sunderland.
Currently playing under former St Mirren boss Jack Ross the former Celtic star has played 8 games, scoring one goal and assisting in two.
Speaking about the prospect of returning to Celtic, the 32-year-old admitted it would be a dream but doesn’t see it happening.
“I would be happy to finish my career in a Celtic shirt, but I don’t think it will happen. I have not seriously thought about coaching career, but a couple of years ago I would have flatly rejected the idea of becoming a coach.” McGeady told the Sunderland Echo.
Celtic have too many options in McGeady’s part of the field and at the age of 32, it’s not something Brendan Rodgers would probably entertain.
During his time at Celtic, the player managed 185 appearances with 29 goals and 47 assists.
More likely to see him back in the Hoops for a charity event in the future.