It has been just under eight weeks since Lewis Morgan’s Celtic progress was curtailed by injury which needed minor surgery.
The new bhoy who was initially signed in January only to be loaned back out to St Mirren is now targeting his old team for his Celtic comeback.
The Celtic winger got off to a promising start for Celtic in pre-season, scoring a sensational goal against Shamrock Rovers then making his competitive debut against Alashkert.
It would be soon after the young Scot would go under the knife and have to start his pre-season from scratch.
Speaking to the Celtic View, Morgan admits it has been less than ideal: “It’s frustrating being out but I’m approaching 100 per cent fitness now.”
Celtic are set to travel to Morgan’s old stomping ground in Paisley for a Friday night kick off in the SPFL.
Morgan hasn’t had any game time but believes he’s fit enough to play some part in the game come Friday.
“I know I need to force my way back into the manager’s plans and that’s something I’m looking forward to doing”
“I feel fit now that I’m back so hopefully by the time the St Mirren game comes along I can play a part.”